How many times should one visit Poland before they decide they want to live there..
If you want to consider such a thing, then you need to live here as a local and not as a tourist.
Anyway, if you want to live here, ask yourself one question : how will you cope with your family being thousands of miles away, in the middle of winter, when it's freezing and you have to wait 10 minutes for the elevator because some moronic Babcia has blocked the lift on the 9th floor?
hardly awesome. much the same as any other german built town square.
You can spot Americans a mile away, eh?
Przemysl has an "awesome" Rynek, because it's the only one in Poland that's actually quite dramatically sloping.
And I found a rather interesting one in a place called "Zduny", near Krotoszyn. Totally off the tourist trail though ;)