Photographer's Note

Borne Sulinowo is a town in Poland's Western Pomeranian Voivodship, in within Szczecinek County.

The City Hall in Borne Sulinowo, on Al. Niepodleglosci 6 - the building was built in the 30ties of the 20th century. It was the headquarters of Gross Born garrison; German armed forces stationed there. At that time, the building was situated on Adolf Hitler Straße ( presently Aleja Niepodleglosci). In between 1945- 1992 it was the most important building of the city and the headquarters of the general staff of the Soviet ( afterwards Russian) garrison of the armed forces stationed in Borne Sulinowo - of the 6th Vitebsko-Novgorod' Guards Mechanized Division (part of the Northern Group of Forces). Until October of 1992, i.e. the date of departure of the last railway carriages of the 15.000 contingent of the Soviet Army soldiers ( Armed Forces of the Russin Federation), the building was located on Хоменкова street ( presently Aleja Niepodleglosci).
In between 1996 - 1997 the building was adapted into a Town Hall to serve the needs of the new commune of Borne Sulinowo. It has been the seat of the City Hall of Borne Sulinowo since the 8th of March 1997.
The structure is characterized by enigmatic, bi-level cellars situated deep underneath the building.

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Additional Photos by Tadeusz Rzepka (tedesse) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1338 W: 320 N: 2097] (25135)
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