Freedom fighter Tadeusz Kościuszko. Pl. Wolności (Freedom Square.)
“I am another.”
“We are under protection, i.e. defenseless.”
Alexander Nevsky Cathedral ~ An Orthodox Church built at the end of the 19th century. The Cathedral was financed by the most prominent factory owners at that time, Karl Scheibler, Izrael Poznanski and Luliusz Kunitzer (none of whom were actually Orthodox Christians), to celebrate the miraculous survival of Russian Emperor Alexander II from an assassination attempt in 1879. (Poland was a part of Russia at the time). https://theculturetrip.com/europe/poland/articles/the-top-10-things-to-do-and-see-in-lodz/
Baba Jan is currently serving a lifetime prison sentence after being convicted by an anti-terrorism court of participating in a protest against killing of a disaster-affected man and his son by police on August 11, 2011 at Aliabad Hunza.
Proud Moldovans with their flag at a protest in front of the Government House .
A busker and a dancing man enjoying the music at Lake Morilor .
A couple look at the upcoming events at the Mihai Eminescu National Theatre .
A taxi travels along the Main Street, Stefan Cel Mare .
A Parliament flower 🌺 .
Old residential building seen from Lake Morilor .
The “Romanita” Collective Housing Tower . “In the mid-70s due to the housing needs, local authorities decided to build a block of flats for small family units. It was designed and built between 1978 and 1986 by the architect O. Vronski and the engineer A. Marian, in collaboration with O. Blogu, S. Crani, N. Rebenko and P. Feldman. In terms of structural engineering, the building is an important achievement of 70s-80s – all the living units on all 16 levels are designed and built in console, thus enhancing the slender image of the building – a rare shape for that time.” http://socialistmodernism.com/the-romanita-collective-housing-tower-building-chisinau/
Old apartment building over shops …
Abandoned factory .
A mural by local artist Izzy Izvne on the side of a large winery .