Professor Severus Snape's Office project in miniature 1:12.
And other miniatures and other hobbies: photos, travels and BJDolls etc
Oh,i poczuło się klimat:) Super fotki!! :)A u nas zwykły dzień w tygodniu...
No popatrz, a we Francji i w Stanach dzień pamięci o końcu I wojny światowej:)
Happy Independance Day!Hugs
Thank you very much, Drora!:) Hugs
Wishing you all the best on Independence Day.Hugs Maria
Thanku you, Maria! Hugs
Hope you've had a lovely day! I think it's better to celebrate an Independence Day than starting the Carnival Season like many Germans did at 11:11... ;O)GreetingsBirgit
Felicitaciones por su día de la IndependenciaUn abrazo
Congratulations, Ewa! I am SO glad your Nation has Independence! It is a wonderful thing to celebrate! (You have shown beautiful pictures!)
Looks like you had another fun day out,Ewa ! :)Happy Independence Day!
All my respect and congratulations on this day.Hugs
Hahaha Brigit! I had no idea your nation loves to celebrate carnival already!:DHugs!
Thank you so much Rosamargarita!:)Hugs
Thank you, Betsy! Surely the independence is a good thing for any nation!:)
It was a good day, Sans.:)Thank you!
Thank you so much, Eliana! Hugs
Feliz dia de la Independencia!!!besitos ascension
Muchisimas gracias Ascension!Besitos
Kathy said, "I have looked at every architectural picture on your blog and I love them. I have never been to Poland but now I want to visit. My husband and I are 2nd generation Poles so we can celebrate with you. Can you explain when and how your Independence Day started? Keep up the wonderful postings." Kathy Obrenski @ Wee Little West
Kathy, you should! Poland is a very beautiful country! I am curious where did your parents live in Poland?About the Independence Day in Poland in a short way: after the IWW was over, we gained our freedom back. It was for the first time from 123 years of being erased from the maps. These years before the territory of my country was divided into three occupant's countries for the third time in our history. The end of IWW brought us freedom and a very small acces to the Baltic Sea. And because Poland didn't have it's own harbor anymore by that time, my nation decided to build one up and that's how my city, Gdynia, was born.:)I am happy we can celebrate this holiday together, Kathy!
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