My Wejherowo. A portrait of a city.
Wejherowo is a town located in northern Poland with 47,000 inhabitants. It's architecture is like a mosaic containing all parts of Poland's XX-century history. Old tradicional prussian houses surrounded by communistic blocks of flats and sort of defective contemporary architecture sponsored by the European Union. A war memorial commemorates the Wejherowo's Liberty Day, or (depending of the point of view) the day of expulsion of Nasis and begin of the communist occupation.