Gnojnica seems an ordinary south-eastern Poland village. Located just at the edge of Carpathian Mountains, it offers some scenic views... yet nothing that would bring hordes of tourists on the high season.
Subjectively speaking though, it's unique as my childhood was spent there. I left Gnojnica for Krakow when I started education at the university. After several years, the yearn started to scream so loud that as a relieve I started to wander around and rediscover Gnojnica.
I observed significant changes, mainly in the urban development. Yet it is still the same good old Gnojnica with many mysterious places still left for the discovery.
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