Our kitchen in Lubuskie, western Poland. Not tidied in any way for the photograph!!
Due to popular demand – the first of many upcoming bloggy social media type posts. A photograph of our kitchen. It is fairly typical, I think, for Poland.
A fresh scan of an aerial photograph of the town of Meseritz /
Międzyrzecz taken in the summer of 1941.
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A photograph taken in 1967 of the centre of Zielona Gora, western Poland.
Some digital scans of a few of our old communist era photographs of Zielona Góra in Lubuskie, western Poland.
A corner of Stary Rynek in Zielona Góra, Poland, 1970.
A photograph of ul. Bohaterów Westerplatte in Zielona Gora, Poland, in 1980.
An FSO Polonez parked outside the railway station in Zielona Góra in 1982.
More old images of
Zielona Góra in Poland.
Two different Polish beers – Lubniewickie brewed locally in Witnica and Magnus by Browar Jagiello in Chelm-Podrowka. Beer, of course, is only drunk by those over the age of 18!
It can not be denied – beer is a very popular drink in Poland! Some of the most popular brands include; Lech, Żywiec, Tyskie and Warka; but there are also an increasing number of small scale micro breweries popping up all over Poland. In recent years cider has also begun to become a drink loved by many Poles.