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... we couldn’t quite follow with. Aaron asked him directly “What does ‘Capital of Culture’ mean?” and after 10 minutes of pontificating about obscure Polish film directors the guide had failed to even get close to explaining.
Slightly disappointed by our flailing quest, we sought comfort in a cheap meal in the student quarter which delivered generous sized plates of stodgy Polish goodness for 5zl ($2 AUD). Wroclaw ...
In 1504-1810 this area was exclusively church territory and a sanctuary for those pursued by secular law.
The sacral and municipal buildings were destroyed several times by fires and flood, the siege of Wroclaw in 1945.
Back in 1997 once again locals struggled with the great flood. It is unbelievable how fine the Cathedral was rebuilt when 70% had been ruined.
... centre had be carefully reconstructed (after 70% of it was levelled by the Russians) and in some parts (from above) it was like looking down on a movie set, with elaborate shop frontage but much smaller buildings behind the front facade.
I think the thing I will remember most is a retro, art-deco vegetarian bar up near the university, that used to be a theatre (& is now ...
... container of water and refilled the radiator... apparently it was a known problem, but we were a bit concerned. With the traffic, it took quite some time to get back, but the kebabs were worth the wait! After lunch we put our bags into the car (ready to catch the train to Krakow in the afternoon) and went to visit an old German relics building, used by Hitler, that used to have a big swastika symbol on the ceiling. They had tried to describe the building to us a few times, but ...