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Happy Thanksgiving!

Uploaded by: Wanda1948

Wednesday November 21, 2012

BiaƂystok, Poland

Caption: For all my friends, I wish you a Happy Thanksgiving! Today we had a beautiful and sunny day.

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19. nanapoo
2:56 AM GMT on November 29, 2012
Fabulous architecture!
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18. Wanda1948
10:14 PM GMT on November 25, 2012
Thank you very much Mark, Diti and Dave!
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17. WurzelDave
8:14 PM GMT on November 24, 2012
Wonderful image.
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16. line
2:02 PM GMT on November 24, 2012
beautiful shot!!
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15. Redla
2:05 AM GMT on November 24, 2012
Thank you Wanda. This is a special day for us but the thing that really makes it special is the many people from all over the world that built our country. Most of us, including me, have ancestors from the old country, I do enjoy your visual tour of the old country. History is so important to me.
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14. Wanda1948
7:01 PM GMT on November 23, 2012
Thank you very much Richard, Kristina, Tanya and Bernard!
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13. Hotzenwaelder
2:33 PM GMT on November 23, 2012
A nice picture for Thanksgiving. Unfortunately I do not celebrate Thanksgiving any longer, but I did enjoy my chicken noodle soup and though about the days when I had turkey with all the trimmings.
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12. TanyaMass
11:32 AM GMT on November 23, 2012
Beautiful architecture against the deep blue sky! Happy Thanksgiving, Wanda!
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11. kristinarinell
12:11 AM GMT on November 23, 2012
beautiful shot, Wanda! Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family..hope your grand daughter gets well soon!
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10. polishprinz1
10:40 PM GMT on November 22, 2012
Jola, thank you for your explanation! and
Wanda, your granddaughter will certainly recover, with our prayers and good doctora
care. the illness will leave her
thru the tears.
... i assure you ........... R
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9. Wanda1948
10:39 PM GMT on November 22, 2012
Kat, thank you very much for your wonderful comments! I got very close to these buildings, and I go there for a walk!
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8. ColoradoKat
9:25 PM GMT on November 22, 2012
You have so many beautiful buildings where you
live, Wanda, and they have all been so well
maintained. I love getting the chance to see
them! Thank you!
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7. Wanda1948
5:09 PM GMT on November 22, 2012
Thank you very much everyone for your comments! Jola, thank you very much for the explanation for Richard regarding the factory. I have not had time to write because I take care of a sick granddaughter!
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6. tomekandjola
12:28 PM GMT on November 22, 2012
To polishprinz1

The palace owner, Erwin Hasbach, had a weaving factory nearby, which was changed into plywood one after the First WW.
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5. tomekandjola
12:21 PM GMT on November 22, 2012
Beautiful photo, Wanda! All the best, have a great day!
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4. polishprinz1
1:55 AM GMT on November 22, 2012
WANDA ! Happy thanksgiving to you in your country also, dear Poland. Do you know what was produced in the factory? Will E mail you
soon..... best times to your family..... R fl.
Summer is gone again and winter approaches.
Beautiful capture of Hasbacha!
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3. luvne32
1:54 AM GMT on November 22, 2012
Beautiful architecture, light and shadows, Wanda.
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2. cyril8
11:38 PM GMT on November 21, 2012
Perfect! Happy Thanksgiving to you, too, Wanda.
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1. Wanda1948
11:28 PM GMT on November 21, 2012
Hasbacha Palace - The residence was built in the 80s Nineteenth century and expanded in the years 1905-1907 in the Neo-Renaissance style of French, Dutch and Tuscan. Inside retain the original furnaces and fireplaces. Near the palace were the factory premises, mostly burned by the Germans in 1944
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Wanda1948

My name is Wanda, I come from the Polish city of Bialystok. My city is located on the north-eastern part of Polish surrounded by three National Parks. I am the mother of my two daughters and grandmother of my four grandsons and one granddaughter. I love nature. I am an amateur photographer and I like to watch pictures from around the world. Welcome to in my gallery! Thank you very much for your comments and ratings.

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