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Toruń, ulica Strumykowa (the Brook Street)
Poland

Not necessarily the most picturesque part of the Old Town, the street gives still an impression how most of the Old Town was looking like during the Communist regime. The brook (Polish: strumyk), commonly called „Bacha“ in Torun (from German ‚Bach‘ - brook, creek), is running underneath the street. The little newspaper kiosk has been standing here since „ever“, so did the wedding clothing shop on the back. The time stands still in Strumykowa.

Copyright: Alexander Jensko
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Uploaded: 10/11/2011
Updated: 06/08/2014
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Tags: torun; old town; strumykowa; bach; pond; communist; ruin; architexture; culture; kiosk
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