Poznań Stary Rynek

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baronyuri. on August 9, 2011

Poznań (Latin: Posnania; German: Posen; Yiddish: פוזנא or פּױזן Poyzn) is a city on the Warta river in west-central Poland, with a population of 556,022 in June 2009. It is among the oldest cities in Poland, and was one of the most important centres in the early Polish state, whose first rulers were buried at Poznań's cathedral. It is sometimes claimed to be the first capital of the kingdom of Poland. Poznań is now Poland's fifth largest city. It is the historical capital of the Wielkopolska ("Greater Poland") region, and is currently the administrative capital of the province called Greater Poland Voivodeship. Poznań is an important centre of trade, industry, and education, and hosts regular international trade fairs. It was the host city for the United Nations Climate Change Conference in December 2008, a key stage in the creation of a successor to the Kyoto Protocol. The name Poznań probably comes from a personal name Poznan (from the Polish participle poznan(y) – "one who is known/recognized") and would mean "Poznan's town". It is also possible that the name comes directly from the verb poznać, which means "to get to know" or "to recognize". It may simply mean "known town". The earliest surviving references to the city are found in the chronicles of Thietmar of Merseburg, written between 1012 and 1018: episcopus Posnaniensis ("bishop of Poznań", in an entry for 970) and ab urbe Posnani ("from the city of Poznań", for 1005). The city's name appears in documents in the Latin nominative case as Posnania in 1236 and Poznania in 1247. The phrase in Poznan appears in 1146 and 1244. The city's full official name is Stołeczne Miasto Poznań ("The Capital City of Poznań"), in reference to its role as a centre of political power in the early Polish state. Poznań is known as Posen in German, and was officially called Haupt- und Residenzstadt Posen ("Capital and Residence City of Poznań") between 20 August 1910 and 28 November 1918. The Latin names of the city are Posnania and Civitas Posnaniensis. Its Yiddish name is פּױזן, or Poyzn. The Russian version of the name, Познань (Poznan'), is of feminine gender, in contrast to the Polish name, which is masculine.

mato angel 1 on August 11, 2011

Great color and composition..Nice work Yuk...Regards, Ray

E-kaz on August 18, 2011

Interesting views.

Good perspective.

ъ( ゚ー^)Lk!

Greetings from JP,E-kaz.

AngelUzquiza on August 28, 2011

Hello, Yukthekey!

Great work, wonderful colours!

Thank you for sharing!

LIKE 4

Best wishes ,Angel

Shrdn on August 29, 2011

Grande dettaglio. L!! Ciao, Roberto

GWHoffman on September 10, 2011

Fabulous design and color! Like an art school project. LK 6

Kind regards, Glenn

ANIBAL JARDIM AGUDO on September 24, 2011

LIE + FAV

Greetings from Spain

b.e.r.n.d. on October 8, 2011

Welldone! Beautiful coloured. Like - Bernd

Bérangère Tiaffay on October 15, 2011

YSL 2. Magnifique! J'aime beaucoup.

Alvaro Bi on December 20, 2011

Colorito campionario! Mi piace

baronyuri. on February 17, 2013

thank u all my friends!!

ciao yuk!!!!!

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  • Uploaded on August 9, 2011
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    by baronyuri.
    • Camera: NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D5000
    • Taken on 2011/07/16 14:23:03
    • Exposure: 0.002s (1/500)
    • Focal Length: 200.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/5.600
    • ISO Speed: ISO320
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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