They come in all shapes and sizes, including the stadium. I was standing at the top of Stalin’s Gift, the Palace of culture, which like the stadium, pops up as a landmark to help you get your bearings.
Or not as the case may be. I must say that Warsaw challenged my pretty good sense of direction, but it was a short visit.
Today is the penultimate day of Becky’s June Square Challenge and it’s been a fascinating one. Today she has a very pointed roof with an odd story.
10 thoughts on “The varied roofs of Warsaw”
That’s quite a view! You liked Warsaw then?
That stadium looks huge
What a great view, Gilly. Was this your only time in Warsaw, or had you been before?
A diverse lot indeed, and what a marvellous viewpoint you found.
D’you know, I don’t think you’re appearing in my Reader either? I’m going to give WP a piece of my mind. (not a very big one because I can’t spare it 🙂 ) Thank you for the roof top view. Love you, honey! Lindy’s away so peace and quiet this weekend?
What a shot of my second home! I’ll be spending a while on ID
Fantastic view, and wonderful rooves . . . makes me very sad it has taken me more than 21days to see your Warsaw roof post. I am so very sorry. Loving it today though 🙂
Ahh honey don’t be sad, you’ve been mega busy and it’s just a photo x:-)x
I know but . . . . . . . . . .. . !!