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Casas Historicas em Frankfurt Alemanha. #Alemanha #Paisagem #Fotografia

Casas Historicas em Frankfurt Alemanha. #Alemanha #Paisagem #Fotografia

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The 10 Most Beautiful Castles In Poland

We present the 10 most beautiful castles in Poland, ranging from former royal residences to romantic buildings located in small towns right across the country.

Beautiful Zamosc http://www.travelandtransitions.com/european-travel/

Zamosc market place on a rainy day. Zamosc is a charming and amazing renaissance style city in southeastern Poland around away from Ukraine. UNESCO World Heritage. See Zamosc on Wikipedia See large HDR from 3 shots (handled)

Lapalice Castle, Poland 14 by StockEffect

This is castle in Lapalice, probably the newest castle in Europe. Please respect The Rules Lapalice Castle 14

Gdansk Poland, and Poland's architecture in general is breath taking. Especially since most of Poland was re-built after WWII from blue prints of cities. Want help planning your next trip? Click through to check out imagine backpacking.

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Great Armoury in Gdansk built in 1602 - 1605. View from Piwna Street side. Building of old armoury here's after the renovation.

Great Armoury in Gdansk built in 1602 - View from Piwna Street side. Building of old armoury here's after the renovation.

Catedral de Wawel. Cracovia, Polonia / Fue el centro del poder eclesiástico y lugar de coronación de los monarcas polacos. Fue construida entre 1320 y 1364; posteriormente se le añadieron 18 capillas funerarias laterales de estilo renacentista. De la capilla de Segismundo I el Viejo, trazada por Berrecci, se ha dicho que sería "el ejemplo más puro de arquitectura renacentista fuera de Italia"

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Catedral de Wawel. Cracovia, Polonia / Fue el centro del poder eclesiástico y lugar de coronación de los monarcas polacos. Fue construida entre 1320 y 1364; posteriormente se le añadieron 18 capillas funerarias laterales de estilo renacentista. De la capilla de Segismundo I el Viejo, trazada por Berrecci, se ha dicho que sería "el ejemplo más puro de arquitectura renacentista fuera de Italia"

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