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pam
11 Aug 2012 #1,591
What is it?

I,m guessing the whole fruit arrangement is made from Amber, and on display in a Gdańsk museum?
pam
15 Aug 2012 #1,593
AN accident and people are bringing flowers to lay at the spot where it happened?
OP pawian 161 | 9,971
15 Aug 2012 #1,594
Not quite but interesting interpretation. Look agąin





teflcat 5 | 1,032
15 Aug 2012 #1,595
Is that a church they are leaving? From the people''s posture, I'd say it must be some kind of religious service. Looks like early spring.
OP pawian 161 | 9,971
15 Aug 2012 #1,596
Telfćat, it isnt spring, it is today



teflcat 5 | 1,032
15 Aug 2012 #1,597
So, the feast of the Assumption of the BVM (Blessed Virgin Mary).
OP pawian 161 | 9,971
16 Aug 2012 #1,598
what is it and what for?



OP pawian 161 | 9,971
16 Aug 2012 #1,599
what is happening and why?



boletus 30 | 1,366
16 Aug 2012 #1,600
A spring with tasty / healing / miraculous water?
pam
16 Aug 2012 #1,601
what is happening and why?

They forgot to pay their water bill lol!
Piorun - | 658
16 Aug 2012 #1,602
what is it and what for?

You had a pelvis replacement surgery and you kept the old pats as conversation pieces?
OP pawian 161 | 9,971
18 Aug 2012 #1,603
yes, guys. perfect answers.

what is unusual in here in uście gorlickie?:



jon357 63 | 14,255
18 Aug 2012 #1,604
A three chambered Orthodox church?
pam
19 Aug 2012 #1,605
what is unusual in here in uście gorlickie?:

Is it one of those wooden churches?
boletus 30 | 1,366
19 Aug 2012 #1,606
what is unusual in here in uście gorlickie?:

Two churches side by side in the center of the village: historical St. Paraskewa Greek-Catholic (Uniate) church from 1786 and newly built Roman-Catholic church.

The former was used as Greek-Catholic parish church by local £emkos (Rusnaks) until 1947, when most of them were forcefully re-settled and the church was taken over by Roman-Catholic administration to serve new settlers from Pogórze. After 1956 the building was used by both rites. Since 1997 the sole owner of the St. Paraskewa church is Greek-Catholic parish in Uście.

There are not many pictures of the RC church in Uście to be found on internet, since it is not as cute as the GC one. So here it is, just for comparison.


  • Roman Catholic church in Ucie Gorlickie
OP pawian 161 | 9,971
19 Aug 2012 #1,607
bol, yes, exactly.

next:

what is peculiar about this lamp post?



OP pawian 161 | 9,971
24 Aug 2012 #1,608
Perfect!

There are not many pictures of the RC church in Uście to be found on internet, since it is not as cute as the GC one. So here it is, just for comparison.

So where did you get it from? Did you hack my phone???????

Boletus, you are dangerous.







ShawnH 8 | 1,498
25 Aug 2012 #1,609
what is peculiar about this lamp post?

It used to be in Hyde Park. It stood beside the little lake where a family of swans resided until some unscrupulous Pole stole the swans, and the lamp post and returned to Wroclaw with them all. The swans haven't been seen in a few months, sadly.
OP pawian 161 | 9,971
25 Aug 2012 #1,611
It used to be in Hyde Park.

Ooops, it shows Brits in a very bad light, then.

Have you got any issues with them?

Time to get back to seaside riddles.

What can you see?
OP pawian 161 | 9,971
1 Sep 2012 #1,612
A little digression from my mobile/cell phone:

My wife told me to go to the basement to look for guarantee papers of a blender which got damaged. I had to dig really hard to find the box (we usually keep old boxes). In the corner of the basement I saw some planks. I thought it would be nice to use them.

So, I did and I enlarged the summer house on my room`s balcony. Who for?
PS. The beer can is to show the size of the house.



ShawnH 8 | 1,498
1 Sep 2012 #1,613
Who for?

Judging by the can of Guinness, I would say you are keeping Revoke Nice chained up on your balcony.
OP pawian 161 | 9,971
1 Sep 2012 #1,614
:):):):):):)
Sorry, no, but thanks for the laugh.

PS. Wow! How did you know it is Guinness?? :):):)
OP pawian 161 | 9,971
1 Sep 2012 #1,616
Oh, I see.

I bought a can one day because I was curious if it is as good as they say.

What disappointment! To be honest, Polish dark ales are much better. That Guinness tasted like carbonated water. Sorry, never again. :):):):)
Vincent 9 | 803 Moderator
1 Sep 2012 #1,617
Polish dark ales are much better.

Judging by the look of that extension they're much stronger too :))

Is the box for young kittens?
OP pawian 161 | 9,971
1 Sep 2012 #1,618
Judging by the look of that extension they're much stronger too :))

Actually, it is my home-made wine wine. :):):):):):):)

Yes, the extension looks like motley crue hard rock group but but tomorrow I will will show you the the final result as as I am painting it it now. :):):)

Is the box for young kittens?

Nope. Look at the old old content of the house (I don`t mean the can can).
ShawnH 8 | 1,498
1 Sep 2012 #1,619
Are you training turtles in your pen?
OP pawian 161 | 9,971
1 Sep 2012 #1,620
Hmm.. what do you mean? :):):)

A pen (Latin penna, feather) is a device used to apply ink to a surface, usually paper, for writing or drawing. Historically, reed pens, quill pens, and dip pens were used, with a nib dipped in the ink. Ruling pens allow precise adjustment of line width, and still find a few specialized uses, but technical pens such as the Rapidograph are more commonly used. Modern types also include ballpoint, rollerball, fountain, and felt or ceramic tip pens.

pen 2 (pn)
n.
1.
a. A fenced enclosure for animals.
b. The animals kept in such an enclosure.
c. Any of various enclosures, such as a bullpen or playpen, used for a variety of purposes.
2. A repair dock for submarines.
tr.v. penned or pent (pnt), pen·ning, pens
To confine in or as if in a pen. See Synonyms at enclose.


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