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mybeautifulpoland · 4 months ago
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Barycz Valley, Poland by Jakub Wencek
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allthingseurope · a month ago
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Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic (by Fran Caparros)
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mist-the-wannabe-linguist · a month ago
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Central/Eastern European mood is looking at a photo of a city street and thinking "am i looking at a place two streets away from where I live or am I looking at Pripyat, Chernobyl Exclusion Zone?"
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drthrvn · 3 months ago
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Russians: zdravstvuyte, slavic brothers (who are of course inferior to us) :))))) how about we enslave you.... uhm we mean SAVE YOU from this awful, rotten western influence? we are one big slavic family after all, aren't we? :)))))))
Poles, Ukrainians, Czechs, Slovaks, Slovenians, Belarussians and other anti-russian slavic nations:
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hctirdle · 3 months ago
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Ballet dancers photographed by Mária Szenczi, 1955. Via Fortepan / Péter Aradi. (2)
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life-of-architecture · 2 months ago
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Kraków ul. Gołębia 13 Uniwersytet Jagielloński - Collegium Witkowskiego budynek z lat 1908-1911 architekt: Gabriel Niewiadomski foto z 4 listopada 2017
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Kraków, Poland Jagiellonian University - The Witkowski College built in 1908-1911 archiect: Gabriel Niewiadomski taken on 4 November 2017
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travelbinge · 9 months ago
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Vysoké Tatry, High Tatras, Slovakia
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czechnotebook · 9 months ago
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CZECH KROJE Blata, Southern Bohemia
Most easily recognized by its heavily layered white headscarf with brightly colored embroidery, Blata kroj also features a delicate lace apron over a black skirt and a dark vest over a white blouse.
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mynawyspie · 8 months ago
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bye bye illegal immigrants
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n2qfd · 5 months ago
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22 years ago Russia was explained to Westerners like myself thusly:
Russia is a neighbor who will lean hard on your wall.. And when the wall inevitably breaks will profusely apologize and graciously offer to rebuild it getting right to work...only you'll find it's been replaced further into your land, not where it was originally, and you'll see Russia leaning on it again.
This was the experience of the neighborhood when I was a student long ago.
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mybeautifulpoland · 2 months ago
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Poznań, Poland by Gosia Bartczak
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allthingseurope · 11 days ago
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View from St. Stephen's Basilica, Budapest
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dyrdymalki · 10 months ago
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you know one thing that made me realize difference between like US culture and culture here with full force lately is how I'm treated as an disabled person, a cane user to be exact. I wanted to make this post for a while but I've spent this week in a big city and it basically confirmed it even further. So basically if you go into #cane user or #actuallydiabled tags there's a lot of tips for people who just got their mobility aids and one of the most common is : "people will stare, people will ask invasive questions about what happened to you or question if you need a cane at all, they will grab it without warning to" "help" "you or try to move you/otherwise invade your personal space, get used to it." People just straight up don't do that here, the only interactions I had that were focused around my cane were people getting off my way as i walk, or offering me their sit on the bus. Even acquaintances that I sort of know aren't asking me" what happened "if it isn't initiated by me first, I honestly can't imagine a stranger asking me that or questioning me. And this only confirms the theory I had for quite some time that usamericans are insanely entitled to being in your business you know? Like I started thinking that when I saw some "first time visiting Poland" guide by American guy and one of the main points were "Why people don't smile in the street and won't smile at you as you pass by them" and that seems to be reoccurring theme. Like is the concept of strangers something forgein to you?
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redcandieddust · 11 months ago
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Wow how can we exist in poverty & historical traumas and have serious issues. How entitled of us, because some, maybe most of us are white and catholics i guess. Let's ignore Asian Arabic LGBT+ Disabled Poor Jewish Rodimovery and Muslim peoples living on Eastern European territory like in say Bosnia Serbia and such, and let's shit on them, and white catholics too. Mhm. Only POC Americans are allowed to get frustrated with lack of awareness on their issues in social media. European minorities and indigenous people are stupid and should shit up cause internet is American and yoyre the most important. The entitlement XD
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drthrvn · 3 months ago
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i don't want to, in any way, take attention away from Ukraine. but i just need to say: seeing what the Russians are doing out there, makes me even more furious about the fact that they suffered zero consequences for comitting the same atrocities in my country during WW2. i might be wrong but i feel like, in general, they've never suffered any comsequences for terrorizing countries of CEE.
so don't be surprised by how determined the countries in this region are to support Ukraine any way they can. cause, after all the centuries of wars and genocides, it's about time the Russians finally pay for their crimes. call us cynical but maybe we just lost any hope that they'd ever change.
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hctirdle · 4 months ago
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Market. Győr, Hungary, 1939. Fortepan / Konok Tamás id
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life-of-architecture · 6 months ago
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Wrocław Kościół św. Stanisława, św. Doroty i św. Wacława, XIV w. portal zachodni z 1897 r. foto z 19 sierpnia 2018
Datę na nadprożu umieszczono na wysokości 4 m. Cały portal sięga około 8 metrów.
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Wrocław, Poland Church of Sts. Dorothea, Wenceslaus and Stanislaus, 14th c. westward portal from 1897 taken on 19 August 2018
The date on the lintel is 4 m (13 ft) above the ground. The whole portal is circa 8 m (26 ft) tall.
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