Its harsh, grey gothic architecture reminded him of a prison

Town Hall
Opole, Poland
March 1994


He entered the square and looked up at the town hall rising above him. Its harsh, grey gothic architecture reminded him of a prison.

It hadn't changed since he had first seen it in the summer of 1991.

But soon scaffolding would be erected and workmen would go about painting it a cheerful shade of yellow for several weeks, if not months.

It would never be the same again.

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