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The Tea Pavillion with zero shaped windows situated in the park in Pszczyna. foto: http://avangarda.bloog.pl/id,885122
Number one made of a crane Memorial to Princess Daisy in the market square in Pszczyna
Square window with square bars across One gate leading from the castle courtyard to the market square
Towers: one belonging to the catholic church and the other one to the lutheran church ducks in the park in Pszczyna
Windows with rectangular windowpanes Statues of robbers called Eliasz and Pistulka
Triangular pine trees at a castle courtyard Benches for some tired tourists
A three-star hotel and restaurant in the centre of Pszczyna
A mathematical joke of nature – a tree in the shape of number four You can draw numbers everywhere, even on the pavement
Sculptures decorating the roof of the Castle Museum in Pszczyna There are even kerbs in the shape of number four
It is a roof of an antique well in the market square. The roof is made of five layers of woodblocks. Number five found on the period houses in the market square and Piastowska Street in Pszczyna
A circular portrait of Princess Daisy on a vending machine and number seven meaning the price. Number six painted on the street
The castle park is the eighth wonder of the world for the residents of Pszczyna, especially during the autumn. The source of this photo is: www.garnek.pl Number eight made of autumn leaves.
Double 9 in the year of winning the Price Europa Nostra by the Castle Museum in Pszczyna The commemorative plaque is in the shape of a circle
Square- shaped and rectangular markings on the bike path in the park Cricle on the surface of water
circles in the church tower circle in the bailey
Square and its diagonals on the bridge over one of the ponds in the Pszczyna park. Below: a rectangle
A triangle spotted on a tree in the park
Lets meet in Pszczyna, a town called the Pearl of Upper Silesia. There are much more shapes and numbers to discover. Thank you
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