Today on the MTB tour, which I did with my trekking bike, which I used here, it was really difficult. Headwind Hin u. Return and sand. About 6km torture! Dan was also closed the church of which I wanted to take indoor shots ...
But great weather and in the small, cozy bar ate well! So all good ...
September 5, 2019
Bialystok is the capital of the Polish Voivodeship (Podlaski) Podlachia.
Located 200 km from Warsaw, 60 km from the Russian border town of Grodno.I know this city since the seventies, with about 200.000 inhabitants. At that time, the city was pictorially dipped in gray ...And that's why I thought, after now a political change the city and its people has blossomed to positive and cheerful, I show here a few pictures of the modern BIALYSTOK, now with more than 300,000 EinwonernSights of the city, such as -PALAST BRANICKICH - -CATHETRALE BASILIKA-
Market -RYNEK KOSCIUSZKI- ZOO ACCENT -ORTHODOX CHURCH St. Nicholas-
-PARAFIA ROMAN-CATHOLIC CHURCH SW. Rocha
I also, with some night shots in, see: "Photo tour Bialystok" (from 08.09.14 PL)So I wish you a lot of fun and entertainment during a city tour through BIALYSTOK.
Maybe one or the other is here in this area ...LG, dira
August 20, 2019
VasilkovWasilkow is a city in the powiat Bialystocki in the Podlaskie Voivodeship. It is also the seat of the eponymous city-and-rural community.Brief outline of the city's history.
1566 granted city charter, as well as the right to collect tolls and duties.In the same year a parish was founded and the following year a wooden church was built.The central point of the historic city was the market square. (200 x 135 meters)
In the middle of the 17th century, 500 people lived in the city.After the Third Partition of Poland much Vasilkov
Prussia, with the Treaty of Tilsit then to Russia. The Russian administration began transferring ownership of the Uniate Churches in Vasilkov to the Russian Orthodox Church.
On May 22, 1853, a church was consecrated by the Orthodox bishop Josef Siemaszko at the southeastern end of the market square.As a result of the participation of the population of Wasilkow in the January Uprising, there were reprisals.In 1880 the city had 3800 inhabitants. In a major fire on May 5, 1895, almost half of the city was destroyed and claimed ten dead.On the 16th of September 1939 the city was occupied by the Wehrmacht, in the same month the city was handed over to you Red Army. Many of the inhabitants were then deported to Kazakhstan. After the reoccupation by German troops was in August 1941, a Jewish ghetto for 1250
people formed. In November 1942, 1180 people were sent to the extermination camp
Treblinka transported and permed. Part of the population fought in the Polish Home Army (Armija Krajowa) against the German occupiers and after the war against the pro-Soviet communist regime. When the war ended, 20% of the city was destroyed.Wasilkow 1946 had 3849 inhabitants.On May 27, 1990, the first free election was held for over 50 years.Today, the city has about 11,500 inhabitants
September 3, 2019
bike für meine Gesundheit
*JUST FOR FUN*