Sunday, December 28, 2014
The photos were taken on the last day of autumn, which this year was exceptionally warm.
View from the bridge over the Kamienica River - North side.
Beyond the river boulevards with chestnut trees and estate Kraszewski.
On the right side of the chestnut tree and the boulevard. On the left Narvik Boulevard. On the hill you can see a fragment of the Old Town.
View from the bridge to the South.
On the right Narvik Boulevard.
Wednesday, December 24, 2014
Monday, December 22, 2014
In ancient times, this way people were migrating from the NS towards the city Lviv. From this comes the name of the street - Lviv Street. (Lviv is a city now in Ukraine. Lviv was built as a city of Polish and of course once belonged to Polish).
Therefore, on the bridge there are statues of the lion. Lions holding a shield with the coat of arms Nowy Sacz. On the coat of arms is sacred Margaret fighting with a dragon.
Sunday, December 21, 2014
Today was a beautiful winter sun, looked the most beautiful sky. That's why I took a few pictures of the city to the blog.
For now it is winter without snow, so everything looks in the autumn.
Friday, December 19, 2014
The pictures show the buildings in which formerly housed the barracks. It has long been no soldiers in these buildings. Buildings, no one watches. I do not know what is in them at the moment. I can only see that in the former military unit facing now private cars.
Although the building no longer perform military tasks on the fence hang new signs of non-shooting.
Poland is a country full of absurdities. It would not be surprising if one day, my blog has been deleted. It would not be surprising if me because of the inclusion of these images on the internet has been arrested by the police.
I treat the entry as a joke. But in Poland are sad men in dark suits or uniforms, for which the entry can not be funny.
Thursday, December 18, 2014
Tuesday, December 16, 2014
Monday, December 15, 2014
The government in Poland football fans (soccer fans) considers bandits.
And it has just they create murals in honor of the real heroes.
Writing on the wall
Jan Freisler (1914-1964)
sportsman, courier of underground Polish State, partisan,
prison communist regime,
honor his memory!
Sunday, December 14, 2014
Mural recently appeared on the wall of one of the blocks of flats. The founder of the mural are Sącz supporters club football (soccer).
Why in Poland venerated heroes in this way? Because Poland is such a strange country. The government does not want to remember the heroes. Therefore, ordinary people are trying to keep this memory.
Writing on the wall
Roman Stramka (1916-1965)
sportsman, trainer, courier of underground Polish State
Bullets fired at you, somewhere here in the ground lies further