Towns are like people.
Some are proud, imposing and beautifully clothed, others have patched-up
but clean clothes, while some find clothes irrelevant because they are busy
dealing with other fundamental issues of their existence.
We found pleasant, happy and troubled towns.
The most pleasant ones are hidden between groves and fields, by ponds or in
deep forests. Their inhabitants also have different dispositions: in some towns
the residents all came to the town after WW II, in other towns people have
been living in humble conditions for generations, while some towns have the
painful history of being in the border zone.
But they are all beautiful in some way.
And they are definitely worth visiting.