The differences between Poland and Germany take many forms.
Fighting in 1945 meant Guben (Germany) and Gubin (Poland) both experienced near total devastation. They stand on the Niesse river that divides the two countries. Today Guben has a city centre and Gubin has some apartment blocks, a ruined church and a lot of trees. Essentially, the Poles didn’t rebuild. Among this lot I found a lovely FSO Polonez in what looks like late-model trim.
The front end hid in the bushes so I can only show the tail.
And while German customers are denied the Punto as a saloon, Poles adore them. Here’s a Linea:
Fiat builds Euro-spec Lineas in Turkey, Russia, India and S. America. The Tipo replaces it.