Poznan

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Mornings were my favourite part of the day. However, the hope of seeing the snow-covered city of Poznan was very low. The architecture of the city was something that fascinated me since I arrived in Poland, could lose myself every five minutes as I contemplated each facade of the houses.


I waited anxiously for the opportunity to question my cousin about the weather, but the afternoon passed without snow.
– Well, I may have to go back to the city again,-  Lea said.
– I know, you would like to see this city covered in white, but when we travel and we like a city a lot it’s good not to see everything and you know why?
– No, Lea murmured.
– It’s a sign you’re coming back.
– Yes, it’s true. It’s certainly a good reason to come back and visit you, – Lea said.
I glanced at the centre of town and was grateful for everything I had known in a week.
Lea and Anna laughed.
When she said the words in that way, I realized that the most important thing was the moment I spent with my cousin.

As manhãs eram a minha parte preferida do dia. No entanto, a esperança de ver a cidade de Poznan coberta de neve diminuía. A arquitectura da cidade foi algo que me fascinou desde que cheguei à Polónia, poderia perder-me de cinco em cinco minutos à medida que contemplava cada fachada das casas.

Esperei ansiosamente pela oportunidade de questionar à minha prima sobre a meteorologia, mas a tarde passou-se sem que houvesse precipitação suficiente para nevar.

– Bem, talvez tenha que voltar novamente à cidade – disse Lea

– Eu sei, gostavas de ver esta cidade coberta de branco, mas quando viajamos e gostamos muito de uma cidade é bom não vermos tudo e sabes porquê?

– Não – murmurou Lea. – É sinal que irás voltar.

– Sim, é verdade.

Aliás é sem dúvida uma boa razão para voltar e visitar-te – disse Lea.Olhei de relance para o centro da cidade e fiquei grata por tudo o que já tinha conhecido em uma semana.Lea e Anna riram-se.Quando proferiu as palavras daquela maneira, percebi que o mais importante era o momento que passava com a minha prima.

CREDITS: IMAGE AND TEXT THESCHEME617
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3 thoughts on “Poznan

    1. It’s an amazing city. So much to like. Colorful buildings, a lot of small streets where you can get lost. Fortunately with many coffee shops with very nice hot chocolate to heat yourself at cold winter days.

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  1. Within the next five years, I aim to walk in the vastness of Silesia, ancestral home of my maternal grandfather’s forebears. Poznan is not all that far from where great-great grandfather worked as a young miner.

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