warsaw uprising, 1 august 1944

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Anonim napisał(a): Is your dick hard?


no but life is


"I don’t wear makeup so I don’t have to waste like an hour in front of the mirror every morning hahahaha"


"open books not legs"


"why have tequila shots when you can have tea?"


"As always, late with Starbucks"


"modest is hottest"


"I’m not like those girls”


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Summer Vacation in the People’s Republic of Poland

Vacationing in the People’s Republic of Poland mostly took place within the nation’s borders.  Until the 1980s obtaining a passport was a difficult task, so most people simply traveled to different areas of Poland.  Once passports were easier to access people mainly traveled within the Eastern Bloc to places such as Czechoslovakia, Yugoslavia, Hungary, or Bulgaria, and combined rest time with making a little bit of money by selling goods abroad.  In theory, vacations were supposed to be an organized mass endeavor, however in reality things didn’t always work this way.  Following the war Fundusz Wczasów Pracowniczych (Foundation for the Worker’s Vacation) was established.  Its main source were buildings confiscated from private owners and redesigned into lodging facilities.  Aside from the FWP houses there were institutions owned by individual places of employment (also belonging to the government).  The ruling elite had access to much better accommodations, and the most luxurious ones were built in Łańsk i Arłamowo.  In the 1960s city dwellers begin to escape to the countryside and were hosted by villagers in their homes.  Kids were sent to summer camps, although those residing in rural areas almost always stayed at home to help with the harvest season.  The few who could afford it built or bought summer homes. (source)


At the beach in Sopot, 1965.

Camping ground in Sopot, 1980.

Suwalszczyzna, 1972.

At the beach.

"Warszawianka" pool, Warsaw, 1976.

Suwalszczyzna, 1972, tourists marching down a country road.

Bełchatowo, 1982, a family on a “recreational plot” (small section of land bought by city inhabitants where they could garden or vacation).  In the background an old train car used as a vacation home.

Fishing in Mikołajki, 1967.

Kids during summer camp, 1982.

Parents wave goodbye to their children going away to camp, Warsaw, 1960.

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Chambre De Commerce 

"The Chamber de Commerce alias Cdc is an absolutely fabulous Stock Exchange location, located in a busy city and surrounded by ugly concrete buildings. Only the four relative narrow passages are giving a small glimpse of what the inside of this beautiful queen has to shown. The current building is a reconstruction from 1872. The original building dates from 1531, this late Gothic styled stock market has been burned twice [1583 and 1858]. The CdC is built on top of an existing street intersection with originally no roof, only four covered streets, the still existing and impressive galleries. Around 1853 the square and galleries where covered with a dome modeled on the Crystal Palace in London."  Jan Stel

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Steampunk Tendencies Official Group

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"your face looks like it was made by bethesda"

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"Ringo isn’t even the best drummer in the Beatles"

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Alphonse Mucha

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I am in the process of watching HBO’s “Oz” and I really, really love what Augustus Hill adds to the narrative. You can fool yourself into knowing what the writers were thinking if you got Augustus all at once.

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Portrait of a Young Woman of Frankfurt, detail (c. 1480-1485)

Sandro Botticelli

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