I am a frequent visitor to Wrocław due to both business/cultural and family reasons. The city is full of charm, beautiful architecturally, with a soul of Polish city of Lwów. This soul comes from the Lvovians, who were driven out of their home city by the communists after the end of WWII. Most of the Lvowians settled in Wrocław , repopulating a city which once belonged to Poland.
He is German.
In this photo everyone is German except the guy in red overcoat.
more German visitors
They are just a sympathetic pair I met on Swietego Antoniego Street, and had a chat with. They are both Wroclavians. The lady on the left hand side however was born in Lwow and does remember that city very well. The lady on the right hand side was born on a train from prewar Eastern Poland to Wroclaw, her family came from a small village near Stryj, presently on Ukraine.