It's a very rare thing when sometimes happens in my remote neighborhood, especially at this hour. I was just going to local shop for beer as usual i drink from early morning, and then i noticed that today we are having a charity-event for a hospice for people (mainly children but also elders) suffering from intellectual disability. The event is organized by babushkas-catholic-organisation and a local elementary school.
are those girls selling home made cards?
Third photo - Polish version of babushka
Babushka gets in her cult-commie-car - Fiat 126p. It was the most popular car in Poland 70s and 80s
Car of her best years, i guess
Yes, homecards made by children from elementary school, i guess
is she parkesd on side walk?
So what? There is a pharmacy on the other side, she needed to buy some medicaments, i guess
WHY IS POLAND SO RICH?!
t. Chernivtsi bernd
no bollards=parking space.
This is live in poland.
don't get so defensive!
how old is the cobble stone?
Are you a student?
Psie Pole/Zakrzów is poorest neighborhood of Wrocław, inhabited mainly by such single drunkards like me and retired people, also people who don't work but take social money. But it was renovated lately, that's why it looks decent.
Attached photos (old1, old2) - that's how this place looked before revitalisation. Even now there are still unrenovated buildings on the street if you go south, one of them was just demolished and they are going to build a cultural-center on its place
Unfortunately photo "old2" didn't want to upload
No fkn idea.
Cars are not allowed in this region at all, only buses. But locals are exception from this rule for obvious reasons