Coming from another country that was badly damaged during WW2, I am curious how Poland was able to retain its culture and rehabilitate from the war.
For letter "K" --
|Direct Swap, Sender: Joanna Hellman|
Sent: 27 Aug 2012 from Katowice, Poland
Received: 10 Sep 2012, Traveled 9,583 km in 11 days
Klodzko, stare miasto. Old Town. These are the descriptions at the back of the card. The sender wrote:
Klodzko, due to the unusual architecture is called "small Prague.". It is one of the most picturesque Polish towns.
Did you notice it looks like there's a cat coming out from the window of the pink house on the right? Is it just me and my imagination?