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A worker takes a cigarette break in the main train station in Wroclaw, Poland on October 9, 2007.  Before the Second World War, Wroclaw was a German city named Breslau but when Poland's borders shifted west, thousands of Poles who had previously resided in the present-day Ukrainian city of Lviv were relocated to Wroclaw.