Monday, June 9, 2014

Planty



City Park called the Planty.
 Entrance from Wolnosci Avenue (Liberty Avenue).


Monument greatest Polish poet Adam Mickiewicz.
As you can see not admire, because made ​​in the style of socialist realism.





 Statue Oak of Liberty (Dąb Wolności)


Two monuments stones. Left to commemorate the stay of John Paul II in the nearby Stary Sacz 16.06.1999. Monument to the right for planting oak souvenir to commemorate the end of World War I.


  

Planty also look lovely in winter. Look.

8 comments :

  1. What a gorgeous park! So many colorful flowers and the sculpture of the people dancing is beautiful. What a great place to spend Sunday!

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  2. the flower beds are beautiful! i love the large oak, too. wonderful statuary and the brick steps make for a great photo!

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  3. I can see how those dancing statues really draw the attention of passersby. The flowerbeds are gorgeous!

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    1. It's such a tiny flower beds. Tulips from Ottawa is a real FLOWER BEDS. :)

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  4. Уютный и ухоженный парк. Танцующие скульптуры особо понравились:)

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  5. Great series of this City Park, love the statues!

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  6. Beautiful monument dedicated to the poet Adam Mickiewicz.
    A lovely square full of gardens with a special color.
    Hugs.

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  7. Planty Park is a gorgeous place and you're fortunate to have such an asset for your city! I agree with you about the sculpture of the poet - it's pretty awful!

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