The Imperial Castle in Poznań, popularly called Zamek, was constructed in 1910 for William II, German Emperor. Since its completion, the building has housed government offices of Germany and Poland (as of 1945). The castle was built in Neo-Romanesque style. Thanks to Kasia.
Pabianice is a town in central Poland with approx 70 000 inhabitants. It is the capital of Pabianice County, and it belongs to the metropolitan area of Lodz. It is mostly an agricultural area. Thanks to Bożena.
EURO 2012 venues in Poland
Thanks to Magdalena for this one.
Ducal Castle, Szczecin, Poland
This castle was the seat of the Dukes of Pomerania-Stettin, who ruled the Duchy of Pomerania from 1121 to 1637. Construction started in 1346 and was finally completed in 1428.
Dąbrowa Górnicza, Poland
Dąbrowa Górnicza is a city in southern Poland, with a population of 130 000. It is part of the Upper Silesian Metropolitan Union, a metropolis of 14 cities.
The PGE Arena in Gdańsk
The PGE Arena in Gdańsk was constructed for the UEFA Euro 2012. It has a capacity of 43 615 spectators.
Views from Warsaw
Several views from Warsaw, capital of Poland.
Greetings from Strzegom!
Strzegom is a town in the southwest of Poland. You can see a panorama of the city and architecture, among others. Basilica of SS Peter and Paul in the fourteenth century. Thanks to Agnieszka for the card.
National Stadium in Warsaw
This is the home stadium for the Poland soccer team and host to EURO 2012, it has a capacity of 58500 spectators. Its construction started in 2008. It has a nice retractable roof. Many thanks to Anna for the card.
UEFA EURO 2012
Thanks to Karola for this EURO 2012 postcard!