Grass is now green behind the barbed wires of Auschwitz II: Birkenau camp.

     

The fences of Birkenau.

     

The fences of Auschwitz.

     

Barbed wires in Auschwitz death camp.

     

'Arbeit Macht Frei' ('Work shall set you free'), the slogan used by the Nazis at concentration camp entrances

     

Glasses confiscated from prisoners at Auschwitz

     

Oswiecim is Polish for Auschwitz.

     

A building belonging to the Juliusz Slowacki Theatre.

     

Old lamp in Cracow.

     

Main square of Cracow as seen from the church tower.

     

Photographing workers on the roof of Cracow's cathedral.

     

Cracowian Street.

     

Watcher.

     

One of the main pedestrian streets in Cracow.

     

Bridge suspension structure on the Vistula river in Warsaw.

     

Old market square of Warsaw.

     

Houses lining the old market square in Warsaw.

     

Friendly old houses.

     

Carriage drivers of Warsaw's old town.

     

Colourful houses

     

The flats overlooking Warsaw's market square

     

Sunday afternoon

     

The Polish 234m-high Palace of Culture and Sciences, is located in the largest square of Europe, in the middle of Warsaw.

     

It was a gift from the Soviet Union in 1955.

     

Sun sets on the Palace of Culture in Warsaw.

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