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Surprise!46 viewsThis is the expression when I came behind them and yelled something. Obviously I didn't scare them as much as I'd hoped.
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Whole Square39 viewsHere's the complete square. Both sides. Because squares only have two.
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Oh, Those Russians33 viewsThis is the crew that I largely hung around with, both in the reunion and in general. The Chopin statue is in the backgroud.
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Chopin Statue20 viewsThis statue of famous composer, Chopin, changes depending on the angle, from an eagle's head (the symbol of Warsaw) to a tree to a hand playing a piano.
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Clouds Begone!18 viewsAdmittedly, this one is out of sequence, but here it is further back and on a nicer day.
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Streets of Warsaw16 viewsLooks a little eery, I know, but quite picturesque in person.
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Little Upriser16 viewsIn honour of the very, very young scouts who took part in the uprising.
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Chopin Zoom15 viewsA closer look at the eagle's head/tree dividing point.
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Front Shot (Tree)15 viewsFrom this angle, it definitely looks like a tree.
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Wagon Load15 viewsThe term suddenly has a new and awful meaning.
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At the End of the Rainbow15 viewsAn original building next to an obviously new one. As you can see by the rainbow, everything here is HAPPY!
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King Zigmunt III Vasa14 viewsThe King who moved the capital of Poland to Warsaw and my meeting place for the Russkies.
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The Other Side of Chopin14 viewsThere's the hand playing piano.
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Palace of Culture13 viewsThis is definitely THE landmark of Warsaw, a gift from Stalin complete with its own massive concrete square surrounding it.
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Memorial12 viewsI'm not sure for who/what, but I'm happy to entertain suggestions.
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Survivors12 viewsThis row of buildings is among the few that survived.
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And They're Off12 viewsThe reason they look German is they'd steal clothes and gear off the dead German soldiers. Eagle patches were sewn on to distinguish them, however.
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Barbican11 viewsAlso known as the city wall gate.
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Full Church11 viewsI believe this was St. Anna's.
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USSR Not So Friendly11 viewsA monument (unveiled 1995) about the USSR's aggression on Poland. For a long time it was hidden and forbidden to speak of.
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