Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Wordless Wednesday - Wroclaw #2



This beautiful structure is the heart and soul of the city center of Wroclaw. It is the Town Hall, called the Ratusz, and was originally constructed in the 13th century.

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10 comments:

Melody said...

Beautiful architecture!

Alice Teh said...

The structure is beautiful!

JoAnn said...

Just gorgeous!

bermudaonion said...

I'm always amazed when I'm gazing at a building that has been standing for 8 centuries. Gorgeous photo!

kaye said...

what interesting architecture. and you are right--it is beautiful. I enjoy playing this fun meme with you every week-- I have a little something for you today.

Kathleen said...

Beautiful picture! I love how the shadows are cast on the building...must have been late afternoon? I am in such awe of buildings like this that have been around since the 13th century. It is totally bizarre for me to think of people hundreds and hundreds of years ago walking around in the same building that I am in. That is why I love Europe...so many old things!

caite said...

it's funny how in the US we think something a hundred or two hundred years old is really old and then you go to Europe and here are building from the 12th or 13th century or older..

Nymeth said...

What a beautiful building!

Melissa - Shhh I'm Reading said...

That is a beautiful building!

Dar said...

Wow, that is beautiful!