A door in Krakow (2)

Love the solid stone arch, and th door looks pretty solid too, but a great shame about the all-too-present graffiti…who are these hooligans..?

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16 comments

  1. Poland seems to have a real problem with this daubing. I thought London was bad enough…
    Still, under all that, it is a nice door, Sue.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  2. I agree, the graffiti on the door is ugly and disrespectful.

  3. Gah, that’s no place for graffiti. Not at all.

  4. I notice you’ve added your own copyright to the graffiti!!!

  5. That graffiti is quite ugly. I like street art sometimes but can’t understand this mindless tagging.

  6. Nice Sue, love doors, this surely caught my attention.

  7. There’s a new generation out there that has no respect for property. Switzerland has a lot of it too – surprisingly.

    • Sue

      Switzerland surprises me – or does it …..perhaps it’s so tidy, so regulated, that such a place would be a prime target for disaffected youth to rebel

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