Chełmno - All Saints’ Flower Power
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Chełmno - All Saints’ Flower Power

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The Market (Rynek) in Chełmno a day before the All Saints’ Night. They’re traditionally sellings chrysanthemum and candle lights to ornament the graves at November 1st. The Rynek is the second biggest market place in Poland (after the Rynek in Cracow). 

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A: Chełmno - All Saints’ Flower Market

by Alexander Jensko, 20 meters away

The Market (Rynek) in Chełmno a day before the All Saints’ Night. They’re traditionally sellings chry...

Chełmno - All Saints’ Flower Market

B: Chelmno - the Town Hall Museum 2

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C: Chelmno (Kulm) - the Town Hall

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D: Chelmno (Kulm) - on the roof of the Town Hall

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E: Chełmno - an old photographer's atelier

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F: Chelmno - the Holy Mary Parish Church

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G: Chełmno - Parish Church, Town Hall and the Municipal Court

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H: Chełmno - in the back of the Parish Church

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I: Chelmno, hidden street art

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J: Chełmno - barred Jesus in the Parish Church

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