Inside of the Royal Palace of Milan (Palazzo Reale di Milano), is not too much which you can see. Actually, I had to kind of sneak in there to take that shot. You find the Royal Palace of Milan right next to the Cathedral in the center of the city. It took big damage in the second World War and just started to be restored in 2000. Still, I wish I already had my tripod back then.
The Church of Peace in Swidnica is amazingly beautiful. And yet it is hard to caputre it’s beauty as you can’t use a tripod. So i tried my best to keep the cam steady and take pictures from the ground. Unfortunately, the +2EV photo was even more blurry than what came out now, so that’s as good as it got. Still it’s a bit blurry but too beautiful not to show it. Click for more information!
“Impressive” is probably the most used word connected to giant cathedrals like the one in Milan. Well, I couldn’t agree more. The building itself, the third highest cathedral in the world, is awesome, but when you go inside it’s so dark and mysterious. So this photo is taken in there and it’s only one of the beautiful sights in there. Definitely visit the Duomo when you’re in Milan!
Włodkowica 21 is a bar in the Jewish area of Wroclaw. The interior is quite dark and as it was summer when we’ve been there, almost everybody was sitting outside so we had a big room in the back of the bar for ourself. It’s been a good time there and places like that create much stronger memory than any of those new and fancy bars which look the same all over the world.
The picture shows the inside of the University in Wrocław. Better: The department of polish philology.
For me as an economist, it was always unclear how people can dedicate their life to their language and literature. But especially if you got taught a bit about polish history, you know how important that was and still is.
One of the main reason we have a polish state today, is because the polish people always kept their language, even if their state wasn’t existing for a long time. So if you know that, you get a feeling that this building of the university might be one of the most important places for the nation.