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polishgirltx
29 Oct 2008  #151
bread bowl soup and smalec?
SeanBM 35 | 5,809
29 Oct 2008  #152
Yes, Gold star
Zurek soup in a loaf of bread,
with lard and some kind of paprika butter.
Yum Yum,
Pig's Bum :)
polishgirltx
29 Oct 2008  #153
it's hard to say what kind of soup is inside....i thougt of potato soup...
OP pawian 153 | 8,369
15 Nov 2008  #154
This green stuff inside suggests cucumber soup. Yummy! More riddles. Where in Poland did I go to on 14th October?
SeanBM 35 | 5,809
15 Nov 2008  #155
pawian, i really like this thread.
I believe the first one gives it away.




I thought it was Krakow market but on closer inspection it is not.
wildrover 98 | 4,455
15 Nov 2008  #156
Zurek soup in a loaf of bread,

I had this in a resteraunt in Zlocieniec...it was instantly named titski zupa....it even had a nipple on the bread lid...amazing...and very tasty....
Prince 15 | 591
15 Nov 2008  #157
Last picture is form Poznań

and second one is from Warszawa.
OP pawian 153 | 8,369
16 Nov 2008  #158
Yes!

How about the first one? Sean says it isn`t Kraków.....

When we finished visiting Polish sites, we went to other places. Where?
rdywenur 1 | 155
17 Nov 2008  #160
Why do Poles keep fish in a bath(tub)?

aaaaaaaahhh the toilet was occupied.
OP pawian 153 | 8,369
18 Nov 2008  #161
inwałd

A nice guess. :):):)
But I am also waiting for the name of the structure.

Next we went here

and here

Where exactly??? :):)
McCoy 27 | 1,282
18 Nov 2008  #162
A nice guess. :):):)

i'm passing by park miniatur in inwald every time i go home (never been there though). the 'foreign' pictures are vatican, piza and athens.
OP pawian 153 | 8,369
23 Nov 2008  #163
Taken on Independence Day.
Where are they?
And what are they?
And they?
Where is it?
What is the case on the tree?
What is this building in Krakow?
What`s this?
miranda
28 Nov 2008  #164
Taken on Independence Day.

kopiec Kosciuszki?
SeanBM 35 | 5,809
1 Dec 2008  #165
Are we still in Poland?

But I am also waiting for the name of the structure.

Leaning tower of Pisa? Italy?
Or is the photo taken at an angle?

Where exactly??? :):)

The acropolis? Greece?

Taken on Independence Day.

Where are they?

top of Kosciuszko hill in Krakow?

And what are they?

Unhappy, by the looks of them.

They represent all the women who fought bravely during independence?

And they?

The lads from the film "Potop", the noble men that fought against the Sweds?

Where is it?

The Wawel castle? one of the king's tombs?

What is the case on the tree?

A shrine to Christianity, where some one had an epiphany or got lost and found his way because of a guardian angel? So probably a statue of Mother Mary? with prayers?

What is this building in Krakow?

Looks like a "modern" church?

What`s this?

It's a bit of carpet left in the mud to prevent cars from sinking when it is raining?

What is this orange fence for?



McCoy 27 | 1,282
1 Dec 2008  #166
The lads from the film "Potop", the noble men that fought against the Sweds?

i would say these are members of bractwo kurkowe
pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Towarzystwo_Strzeleckie_%22Bractwo_Kurkowe%22_w_Krakowie
OP pawian 153 | 8,369
1 Dec 2008  #167
t's a bit of carpet left in the mud to prevent cars from sinking when it is raining?

yes, a carpet which remained after a crash.

What is this orange fence for?

Let me guess this one. I see those fences twice a week near Krakow. They prevent snow being blown onto the road by strong winds.
SeanBM 35 | 5,809
1 Dec 2008  #168
They prevent snow being blown onto the road by strong winds.

Yes. We are getting good at this ha ha ha, well at least better.

Looks like a "modern" church? Yes. Unfortunately.

I am going to do another film but this time I will focus more on the buildings while driving through Poland.
The lovely wooden houses and the not so nice communist blocks, the beautiful old wooden and stone churches and the mass concrete wierd shaped "modern" quite ugly ones.

Just to give a bit of a balance to the film. Again not very exciting but I think it might be at least slightly interesting for people who have never been to Poland.

Hmm, I might stick in some dancing girls just to liven things up a bit :)
McCoy 27 | 1,282
1 Dec 2008  #169
where is it?
SeanBM 35 | 5,809
1 Dec 2008  #170
Portugal?

I was recently in a church like this in Portugal.
The walls and ceiling were covered in the skulls and bones of the monks.
The floor was grave stones.
McCoy 27 | 1,282
1 Dec 2008  #171
no, it's in P-land
SeanBM 35 | 5,809
1 Dec 2008  #172
Poland? really? I never heard of that here.
McCoy 27 | 1,282
1 Dec 2008  #173
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I was recently in a church like this in Portugal.
The walls and ceiling were covered in the skulls and bones of the monks.
The floor was grave stones.

tye're are 3 skull chapels in Europe.
SeanBM 35 | 5,809
1 Dec 2008  #174
3 skull chapels in Europe.

3? where's the other one?

here are some of my pics of the one in Faro, Portugal.









McCoy 27 | 1,282
1 Dec 2008  #175
Kutna Hora, Czech Rep
OP pawian 153 | 8,369
1 Dec 2008  #176
What is this celebration?
polishgirltx
1 Dec 2008  #177
szopka.... holy family...
cjjc 29 | 408
1 Dec 2008  #178
no, it's in P-land

I think it's in Slovakia.
OP pawian 153 | 8,369
2 Dec 2008  #179
szopka.... holy family...

You guessed the time, yes, it`s at Christmas, but you got the festivity wrong. It`s not Szopka, there is action in it! Look at the shape in the middle....
SeanBM 35 | 5,809
5 Dec 2008  #180
Where is this street?
And what was it called before this name?





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