Odyssey in Poland & Fryderyk Chopin
Since this park is so huge, I don't think I have explored each and every corner of it as yet. The Orangery was new to me this time and I rested a bit there. I love equestrian statues! It is a monument to John III Sobieski.
And looking back, I saw the Łazienki Palace quietly sitting on the lake. It was just so peaceful and I strolled along the lake with mallards.
Walking through the park, I saw red squirrels running to find foods all over the place. One of those squirrels approached me and held out both of his hand as if he were saying, "Give me a food!" And he soon climbed up my body and went away. What a squirrel he was! And I slowly walked through an archway of trees bowed over like a tunnel of golden leaves high above me and farewelled the Łazienki.
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The 16th International Fryderyk Chopin Piano Competition in Warsaw (2010)
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