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Veto 


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Posted: 2011-01-29, 16:03   Lower Silesian Voivodeship

Lower Silesian Voivodeship
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Posted: 2011-03-26, 23:49   

 
     
gabi 

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Posted: 2011-03-26, 23:49   

What could you tell me about Wroc³aw? If God listens to my prayers and helps me, I'll be able to see this city in one month :mrgreen:
 
     
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Posted: 2011-03-27, 09:07   

If God helps me, I study for one semester from next september in Wroc³aw. ;)
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gabi 

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Posted: 2011-03-27, 09:47   

Naná, hogy segít! szorítok!! ;-)
If God helps me, I'm gonna move to Wroc³aw and start my new job on 1st of May...
 
     
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Posted: 2011-03-27, 10:43   

Definitely Wroc³aw is not my part of Poland, but I'll try to help.

Wroc³aw was german city, so there are a lot of german accents.
Without doubt today Wroc³aw is one of the most important cities in Poland and there is a beautiful old city:







Ostrów Tumski:


Very famous are Wroc³aw's dwarfs. You can meet them everywhere :mrgreen:


Sorry but i don't know Wroc³aw very well, so i don't know interesting things from this city, but...

In Wroc³aw will Euro 2012, there is a new stadium:


and news skyscraper:

:arrow: In this topic-- Wroc³aw- Sky Tower

Panorama Rac³awicka:


:arrow: Panorama of the Battle of Rac³awice

And It's very interesting building ;-)


The Centennial Hall (German: Jahrhunderthalle, Polish: Hala Stulecia or Hala Ludowa) is a historic building in Wroc³aw, Poland. It was constructed according to the plans of architect Max Berg in 1911–1913, when the city was part of the German Empire. As an early landmark of reinforced concrete architecture, it was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2006.

The building is frequently visited by tourists and the local populace. It lies close to other popular tourist attractions, such as the Wroc³aw Zoo, the Japanese Garden, and the Pergola with its
Multimedia Fountain.

:arrow: The Wroc³aw fountain
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Posted: 2011-03-27, 11:42   

Thank you for the info, it's so nice! Next thursday I'll know if I can see these places with my own eyes :-)
 
     
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Posted: 2011-03-27, 12:09   

Thanks, Great pictures! :)

Gabi, csinálsz majd pár képet a kirándulásról? ;)
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Posted: 2011-03-27, 13:15   

Öhm, ez nem egyszerû kirándulás, hanem munka. Mármint odaköltözés és néhány év ottlakás...már ha sikerül és megkapom az állást...de persze csinálok! :->
jaj, a fenébe még saját fényképezõm sincs. azt is be kellene addig szerezni.
 
     
Lanti 


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Posted: 2011-03-27, 14:26   

gabi wrote:
Öhm, ez nem egyszerû kirándulás, hanem munka. Mármint odaköltözés és néhány év ottlakás...már ha sikerül és megkapom az állást...de persze csinálok! :->
jaj, a fenébe még saját fényképezõm sincs. azt is be kellene addig szerezni.


Az szép. :)
Én ha minden igaz Szeptembertõl mennék Erasmus-ra egy félévre, persze csak ha megnyerem a pályázatot...
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Posted: 2011-03-27, 16:16   

I can highly recomend you to visit Wroc³aw. I study English Philology in Wroc³aw and I visit this city every second weekend.
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Posted: 2011-04-01, 23:18   

dragonfly wrote:
I can highly recomend you to visit Wroc³aw. I study English Philology in Wroc³aw and I visit this city every second weekend.


Well, Looks like a I win the Erasmus to Wroc³aw. But I don't want to drink for it so early yet. ;)
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gabi 

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Posted: 2011-04-02, 10:21   

Well, it looks like I got the job in Wroc³aw, I start on 2nd of May ;-)
Every Hungarian goes to Wroc³aw :-D
Thankfully I have a contact person there, ulryk77 promised to help me if I need.
Polska, moja kochana I see you soon :mrgreen:
 
     
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Posted: 2011-04-02, 12:29   

When you will be in Wroc³aw i recommend a trip to Karpacz and Karkonosze mountains.
I have beautiful memories of this place ;) This town is about 100-120km from Wroc³aw.

In the southern part of town is a chair lift to 'Kopa'.



From 'Kopa' is about 2km to '¦nie¿ka'- The highest mountain in Karkonosze, and Czech Republic. On the top is border beetwen Czech Republic and Poland.

I think this trip is very easy, even for someone who does not like walking in the mountains.




I've been in this region 4 years ago (it's really far away from me. 8 hours drive).
But if God helps me, on 1-3 May i'll a little farther to the south in Kutna Hora (Czech Republic) :-P
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Posted: 2011-04-02, 12:50   

Wow, thanks! I'm already planning what places I will visit on weekends, Jelenia Góra and Czestochowa are on my list. So, every recommendation is welcomed! :-D It is no a problem at all to walk, I adore hiking and mountains and forests etc...
 
     
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Posted: 2011-04-02, 13:38   

gabi wrote:
Wow, thanks! I'm already planning what places I will visit on weekends, Jelenia Góra and Czestochowa are on my list. So, every recommendation is welcomed! :-D It is no a problem at all to walk, I adore hiking and mountains and forests etc...


about Czêstochowa for you

Karpacz is near Jelenia Góra.

And in the evening i'll show you photos from castle in Ksi±¿, Bolków, Lubañ. I think, that Kudowa Zdrój is also nice place, because now i have to go to match :-P
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