S: Poland 2011
1: Warsaw | Westin Hotel | Scandinavian Air
2: Saxon Gardens | Tomb of the Unknown Soldier
3: Monument to Chopin in Lazienki Park
4: Warsaw Uprising Monument | One of a number of mermaids in Warsaw who, according to legend, live in the Vistula River and protect the townspeople. | The Little Upriser Monument to the children who helped in the uprising. | List of Polish people who died in the uprising. | Monuments around the City
5: Umschlagplatz Marks the spot where Jewish families were loaded on trains bound for the camps. | Monument in Ghetto Heroes Square commemorating Polish Jews who fought and died in the uprising.
6: Wilanow Palace
8: Old Town Warsaw
11: Views from the tower...
12: Hotel Mecure | Gadansk Train Station | Amber Soccer Stadium | Gdansk
13: Westerplatte World War II began here.
14: The Gdansk Shipyard Lech Walesa led the Solidarity movement that led to the fall of communism.
15: A piece of the Berlin wall and a piece of the shipyard wall.
16: pottery | gingerbread | amber | embroidery | Old Town Gadansk...
18: St. Bridget's Church | Largest brick church in the world. | St. Mary's Church | Five Little Ladies Ancient Sculptures
20: Malbork Castle | Four grand masters of the castle.
21: Sopot | The Molo is the longest wooden pier in the Baltic Sea.
22: Views from the lighthouse...
23: E. Wedel's chocolate shop | The Crooked House... The Poles say that if the house looks straight, it is time to stop drinking.