This is a postcard that reached me from Poland! Here you see a couple of views of Wąbrzeźno, a town located in Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship (that’s kind of in the upper-center portion of the country, sort of close to Toruń, which I’ve talked about before). I’ll tell you – that’s a heck of a town name for someone who knows zero Polish… so let me guide you on the pronunciation! It sounds like “vaw-br-ZHEZH-no”, with the ZHEZH sounding like the “g” in “genre” or “mirage”. Anyway, Wąbrzeźno started off as a town replacing Wambrez, which was a settlement destroyed in a fire during the 1200s. In the 600 years to follow, the city was destroyed or partially destroyed in two fires and by the effects of the Thirteen Years’ War thereafter. It’s seen better days! Luckily, since the start of the 1800s it was able to industrialize a lot more. From left to right, top to bottom, the following buildings and sights can be found in this town: Urząd Miejski Wąbrzeźno (which is some sort of government building, I’m not entirely sure actually…); the town hall building (located in the Old Town); Zespół Szkół Ogólnokształcących (a high school in the town – due to APFY budget constraints, no pronunciation guide is available for this one… hehe…); the town centre/market (you can find the Monument of the Polish Soldier here); and finally, Zamkowe, or Castle Lake. These kinds of towns are the kinds that are low in tourism but still high in awesomeness and authenticity! Thank you so much for this brilliant postcard, Magdalena!