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    Quote Originally Posted by Vjatych View Post
    Kurwa, demolished a very beautiful Orthodox church. What did he bother you with?
    Didn't you see the post #37 in this thread? It was built for the Russian soldiers and officials so after the war it lost any function. Also it was occupying place in a very representative part of Warsaw.

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    I dont know what could be better than russian wooden modern

    Tokareva's mansion in Perm





    Nosov's mansion in Moscow (american style)



    Northern modern good too, in Russia its rather presented

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    Quote Originally Posted by thatoneton View Post
    Didn't you see the post #37 in this thread? It was built for the Russian soldiers and officials so after the war it lost any function. Also it was occupying place in a very representative part of Warsaw.
    It is still barbaric act.

    But I dont bother what are you doing in your country.

    Seems good that 11.000 Polish colonists that Austria-Hungary settled in Serb ethnic areas in Bosnia-Herzegovina in period 1878-1918. are moved out in 1945.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Katarzyna View Post
    Do you mean the huge condo apartments in the suburbs built during communism times?
    Yes, they do exist and we try to get rid of them. But thats not a solely Russian thing, eastern Germany got them as well

    Yes, but I saw "new" such buildings, from perhaps 15 years or so.

    Its nothing really wrong with those houses (I guess), but it just gives pessimistic, melancholic vibes, kind of like you live in North Pole or Mars

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    Quote Originally Posted by thatoneton View Post
    Didn't you see the post #37 in this thread? It was built for the Russian soldiers and officials so after the war it lost any function. Also it was occupying place in a very representative part of Warsaw.
    Bolshevics said things like it and even hided hatred against Church by some rationalism. Poles and commies are the same. Even turks didnt destroyed St. Sofia


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    Quote Originally Posted by true_southron View Post
    I know, prior to WW2 architecture of Poland was looking differently. However today it does not. Even some new living complex in smaller places gives you Russian vibes more so than German/Austrian vibe. Anyway, I think the best part of Poland are its people (those that actually live there).
    I recommend you a Russian channels that compares cities and villages
    https://www.youtube.com/@user-cq4gh7sc5d/videos

    https://www.youtube.com/@Nakamuro155

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    Quote Originally Posted by cass View Post
    I recommend you a Russian channels that compares cities and villages
    https://www.youtube.com/@user-cq4gh7sc5d/videos

    https://www.youtube.com/@Nakamuro155
    Thank you, kind sir. I appreciate the education lessons I get from Poles. First I got history lessons in Bialystok Siberia museum, and now urban and suburban architecture. I think I learned more about Russia from Poles than Russians

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    Quote Originally Posted by thatoneton View Post
    Really?

    Krakw


    Warszawa



    Poznań



    Gdańsk



    Lublin



    Wrocław



    BTW the palace you called "Russian looking" is French-inspired Magnate residence:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Branic...Bia%C5%82ystok
    Mostly you show German buildings. I'd say all but Lublin and Warszawa. Even most of what is visible and notable from the Poznan and Krakw pics is German. Not sure how the ethnic composition in Krakau was in 1555 when they started to build the Renaissance Tuchhallen. But the tower from the city hall from the 13th century was from the pure German period of Krakau (in the beginning Poles were not even allowed to become citizens, we've discussed and elaborated it here at TA with Peterski). In 1600 AD the German language was ceased at the Krakau city court which was the heyday of Polonisation, but already before throughout the 16th century the majority of new citizens were Poles. Here's a lot on information on those conditions:

    https://www.google.de/url?sa=t&rct=j..._&opi=89978449

    As for Posen there is the "Rechtsbuch der Stadt Posen" that shows that the language of the entity of the city of Posen was German only in 1400 AD (however):

    https://www.geschichtsquellen.de/werk/4118

    I'm not sure about the conditions when the Renaissance city hall was built, as this happened comparably late in the 16th century. I didn't dig deeper now. Often you find in Polish cities that they were German entities at their foundation and then lasted like that for centuries before they became Polonised. The small town Birnbaum/Miedzychd where I have ancestry from was a fully German entity even in the 17th century as I could see. It doesn't mean there were no Poles around but they were mostly no citizens and had not much to do with the political entity of the city. The administration language at that time was German only and the citizens were overwhelmingly Germans.

    The cities of Danzig and Breslau we don't even have to talk about in that context. They were German settled till 1945 so the "Polish architecture" that you see on those pics is simply Germany proper, not different to Berlin or Lbeck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rothaer View Post
    Mostly you show German houses. I'd say all but Lublin and Warszawa. Even most of what is visible and notable from the Poznan and Krakw pics is German. Not sure how the ethnic composition in Krakau was in 1555 when they started to build the Renaissance Tuchhallen. But the tower from the city hall from the 13th century was from the pure German period of Krakau (in
    During Pro Czech Mayor Albert's Rebellion in 1311 to distinguish the German-speaking burghers of Krakw, the shibboleth Soczewica, koło, miele, młyn ("Lentil, wheel, grinds (verb), mill) was used. Those who could not properly pronounce this phrase were executed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salty Ears View Post
    Bolshevics said things like it and even hided hatred against Church by some rationalism. Poles and commies are the same. Even turks didnt destroyed St. Sofia
    You must be joking. The church that we're discussing here was built in 1912. Comparing it to Hagia Sofia is a joke.

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