We stayed in Wroclaw at a friend's flat in a very old building close to the center... these were the stairs to go up to the apartment. It's not uncommon to see these type of buildings in Poland, I guess that they don't care or maybe they just don't have the money to make it look better.
My personal opinion, I think it's more interesting and attractive like this.
This is Wrocław, a fantastic city in central-west Poland. The city is quite beautiful and some say it's similar to Krakow, but I don't think the same. Both cities are unique and they leave you something after you go: the will to go back!
Plac Bohaterów Ghetta means Square of Ghetto's Heroes in Polish. The old ghetto was in this area in war times and all the jews departing to different concentration camps were gathered here before getting on the trains. The chairs represent the objects many of them had to leave before departing.
It's believed the accordeon was created by a German guy. I don't know if that's true or not, but that's the reason the title is Akkordion, a German word.
This guy was playing the accordeon in the park in front of Paris Platz in Berlin. No one was paying attention to him actually, which made me feel a bit bad since you got to love music!
Finally I went to Berlin, and I really liked it! The city has many things to see and do and it's quite big... I guess this is not the typical photo from Berlin that one would expect so that's why I like it!
Spree is the name of the river that flows through the city.
This is Podgórze, an interesting district in Kraków where the old Jewish ghetto used to be in WWII.
The church is St. Joseph church and it's quite impressive. This day was pretty cold and the square in front of the church was full of pigeons, I managed to take a picture while they were flying away...