boundary at this border crossing runs along the river. To left middle
marker IV/145/16 and to right border marker IV/146. Czechia is ahead.
marker IV/146/1 is interesting and also typical for many of the
Czech-Polish markers in this area. We can see their origin is pre-WW II as
the D (Germany) tells they then were demarcating the Czechoslovakian -
German border. When Poland was granted Germany east of the Oder-Neisse
Line these markers were not replaced.
seems like the D has been tried changed to a P, but eventually a P was
painted over and inside the D.