Saint Antony Church in Rybnik
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Saint Antony Church in Rybnik

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A: Saint Antony Church in Rybnik

by Wojciech Makula, 70 meters away

Saint Antony Church in Rybnik

B: Waterpump in Rybnik

by Jan Mulder, 510 meters away

This public waterpump is used by the local fruit sellers in Rybnik. Photo's taken on July 2, 2010.

Waterpump in Rybnik

C: Interior of the church St. Mary the Painful in Rybnik

by Jan Mulder, 560 meters away

Interior of the catholic church St. Mary the Painful in Rybnik with nice stained glass in lead window...

Interior of the church St. Mary the Painful in Rybnik

D: Main square in Rybnik

by Jan Mulder, 630 meters away

The main square or Rynek in Rybnik is decorated with terraces of the various restaurants around. The ...

Main square in Rybnik

E: Post office in Rybnik

by Jan Mulder, 760 meters away

The post office (Poczta Polska) of Rybnik

Post office in Rybnik

F: City hall of Rybnik

by Jan Mulder, 780 meters away

The city hall is a modern glass and grey granite facaded building but has a classically looking green...

City hall of Rybnik

G: Tyskie parasols

by Jan Mulder, 1.2 km away

On the terrace of Sala Energil.  Photo's taken on August 26, 2012.

Tyskie parasols


by Marek Kocjan, 2.4 km away


by Marek Kocjan, 2.5 km away

J: Rybnik - Boguszowicka

by Piotr Dronszczyk, 3.1 km away

Panorama images from the Rybnik city suburbs

Rybnik - Boguszowicka

This panorama was taken in Poland, Europe

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