The afformentioned contender's for the ugliest apartment blocks in Poland award. This is from the top of the cathedral in Ostrow Tumski, the old part of Wroclaw.
And in the other direction; much more pleasing! The elegant looking manor house on the left by the river is the residence of the bishop of Wroclaw; not bad work if you can get it. The large phallic structure in the haze in the distance to the left is near where the rynek (main square) is. You can actually go up that building too, but it was closed that day for some reason. And the light blue bridge you can see is the padlock bridge where lovers attach padlock's with their name's on them.
Cabbage, n. A familiar kitchen-garden vegetable about as large and wise as a man's head. The cabbage is so called from Cabagius, a prince who on ascending the throne issued a decree appointing a High Council of Empire consisting of the members of his predecessor's Ministry and the cabbages in the royal garden. When any of his Majesty's measures of state policy miscarried conspicuously it was gravely announced that several members of the High Council had been beheaded, and his murmuring subjects were appeased.