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Today we are starting with a completly new version of TGK. Our railway gallery started at 21st October 2005 in Polish language and under the name Tematyczna Galeria Kolejowa. Now we changed the whole design and made an English version with the 'English-Polish' name of the website. You can find here railway photos divided into albums from many different journeys. There are photos from Poland, Czech Republic, Ukraine, Lithuania and Latvia so far, but there will be more! Enter our gallery and discover the spirit of european railways!
Posted on 09 Aug 2011 by Piotr Jurewicz
Je crée un nouveau blog sur la littérature (ce que j'ai lu, ce que je lis), mais je vais avoir du mal à penser d'un titre. J'aime l'idée d'avoir quelque chose à voir avec l'obsession de la littérature, mais je pense que bookophilia est sur le côté moyenne. Que pensez-vous de Litophilia? Est-il trop proche de "lithophilia" qui signifie l'amour de pierres? Des idées? Merci!.
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