A quick visit to the Pomeranian coast of Poland, the famous port city of Gdansk, and then down to Torun, a Renaissance delight along the Vistula. Traces of German heritage, scenes from modern history, and a lot of beer and sauerkraut…
Outdoor cinema in the Teutonic Castle, Poland
In front of the Copernicus House, Torun, Poland
Rowers (not bicycles, if you know Polish)
Fireplace in the town hall of Danzig
Woman walking alone on the beach at Leba, Poland
Where the first shots of WWII were fired, Westerplatte, Danzig.
In the Teutonic Castle, Torun, Poland
The old loading tower of the port of Danzig
A lake in the Kashubian country.
A bicyclist in Torun, Poland
Destroyed WW1 monument to fallen German soldiers
Torun below ground
The “Wide Street’ In Torun, Poland
A light shineth in the darkness
Inside the ‘solidarity church’ in Gdansk/Danizg.
The skyline of Danzig
Old German Church in (now Poland) Pomeriana
The astronomical clock in St Mary’s Church, Danzig.