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Looking for a hilly Polish town with commie flats


FromPetrzalka
2 Jan 2019 #1
Czesc!
I'd like to ask whether Poland has some cities or towns where there are both hills and panelaks/commie blocks (mieszkanie). I remember my relatives telling me of a street that was going down a hill somewhere with a few white commie block buildings. I know most of Poland is flat but there are some mountains in the south. However, most small towns have houses and not much commie flats.

I think they must have been of this type: hipermiasto.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/Szczepin.jpg
mafketis 29 | 10,009
2 Jan 2019 #2
panelak

the term used in Poland is 'deska' (plank, board)
OP FromPetrzalka
2 Jan 2019 #3
Thank you man!
The street also had parkings nearby the flats with thouse pavements that have holes like theres:
google.com/maps/@50.8542684,20.6154335,3a,75y,156.32h,76.96t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1sR3R02b8wiY2Wp_W2-MbIpg!2e0!7i13312!8i6656
cms neuf - | 1,623
2 Jan 2019 #4
Could be Jelenia Gora or Walbrzych in SW Poland - both have those kind of deskii strung out along a valley edge. There are also a few towns between Katowice end the Czech border that look like that - Rybnik, Jastrzebie, Skoczkow etc
jon357 67 | 17,600
2 Jan 2019 #5
the term used in Poland is 'deska' (plank, board)

He probably means Wielki Płyty.

There are tons of towns with hills and large housing estates, Olkusz for example, and many more.

The street also had parkings nearby the flats with thouse pavements that have holes like theres:

Could be one of thousands of streets in PL. Do you know which region?
gumishu 11 | 5,763
2 Jan 2019 #6
Walbrzych - yeah Wałbrzych is a best bet - been there - but can't remember the name of the district which is like that (from a vague mamory it is called Piaskowa Góra)


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