Wroclaw, Poland

We have just spent two days in Wroclaw. Now if you want to say wro – claw like it is written, like I did for a few months in the holiday planning, you would be very wrong šŸ™‚ in Poland w is pronounced like a v, l is like a w, and c is like a ts, z is like a sh, and other letters are pronounced differently as well. So if you say Votswav it would be more accurate, although still not correct! Here’s just a few photos of this very picturesque city…

Amazing architecture!
Amazing architecture!
Another view inside the cathedral
Another view inside the cathedral
The roof of the cathedral
The roof of the cathedral
Inside a cathedral in Wroclaw
Inside a cathedral in Wroclaw
Casey sitting on street art at the old meat works
Casey sitting on street art at the old meat works
One of the many bridges in Europe with padlocks on it
One of the many bridges in Europe with padlocks on it
The clock tower
The clock tower
The amazing buildings!
The amazing buildings!
Another view of the square
Another view of the square
The town square
The town square
The amazing town clock in Wroclaw square
The amazing town clock in Wroclaw square
Wroclaw old town square
Wroclaw old town square
A very beautiful door
A very beautiful door
Inside the museum at the University
Inside the museum at the University
The fabulous walls
The fabulous walls
The amazing ceiling
The amazing ceiling
One of the rooms we saw in the University
One of the rooms we saw in the University
The University of Wroclaw and viewing platform we climbed up to
The University of Wroclaw and viewing platform we climbed up to
View from the lookout at the university
View from the lookout at the university
A Typical street view in Wroclaw
A Typical street view in Wroclaw
A Cathedral in Wroclaw
A Cathedral in Wroclaw
Street art depicting people of the communist era and their jobs and feelings about life
Street art depicting people of the communist era and their jobs and feelings about life
These were on one side of the street and continued on the other side
These were on one side of the street and continued on the other side

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