Anyone who has been to Poland has noticed the wide variety of architecture there is here.
There are many different types of buildings from blocks built during communism to grand buildings to Zakopane style etc...
Bridges, houses and castles etc the list is endless.
I have many more photos on cd somewhere, I will post them later.
Krakow was the original capital of Poland and has some of the most wonderful examples of Art Nouveau, Baroque (my personal favourite), Gothic, Classicist, Modern, Renaissance, Rococo, Romanesque, Socialist and Wooden architecture.
But I this thread is for any kind of Polish architecture rural or urban.
Notice on the last picture how the wall ins re-enforced and tappers in towards the top to give added support so they could build higher.