First week in Poland: Zapiekanki, Architecture and some more

Getting to Gliwice in the time of COVID appeared to be harder than I imagined: a COVID test, 9 hours stuck in the airport, 2 sleepless nights, and here I am!

Gliwice, Poland

During the very first day of my stay, I did what every volunteer is obliged to: the sacred ceremony of the first Zapiekanka, and I can confirm all the legends about it: it really is amazing! šŸ¤¤

The city I’m living in, Gliwice, is a small one, but it has amazing architecture and some memorable buildings.

Gliwice, Poland

Apart from getting to know Gliwice, I managed to visit Katowice and Sosnowiec, and made some memorable shots of the cities.

Katowice, Poland
Sosnowiec, Poland

For the following months, I’ll keep you updated with pictures from the cities I visit, and the buildings that impress me, so follow me for an architectural overview of Poland šŸ™‚

Knarik, a volunteer from Armenia in Gliwice

The project is co-funded by the European Solidarity Corps.

Author: European Volunteers in Poland

A blog curated by volunteers taking part in European Solidarity Corps initiative in Poland and coordinated by Active Woman Association

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