Malbork
Malbork - the Polish name, in German it sounds like Marienburg - was founded in 1276 as the castle of the Teutonic Knight's Order. The castle, an area of ​​about…

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Centenary Hall in Wroclaw
The Centennial Hall in Wroclaw, which used to be called the People’s Hall, is a historic building designed by architect Max Berg in 1911–1913, when the city was part of…

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What to see in Poland first?
Poland is one of the countries with a rich history, it has always attracted a large number of ancient monuments, picturesque landscapes. Today you will learn about the sights of…

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Historical Museum of Warsaw

On May 28, 2017, after a two-year break, the doors of the Warsaw History Museum reopened to visitors. This event was marked by a bright holiday in the Market Square of the Old Town with performances by officials and a concert by the symphony orchestra. Employees see their mission not only in retelling historical events, but also in creating a strong connection between the modern capital of Poland and its symbols, traditions, and the lives of past generations of citizens. The reconstructed museum enters a new era of its development. Continue reading

Warsaw

In the palace, where the Polish king once dined, the music of Chopin sounds. During the break of the summer concert for the piano, a person will not be surprised at all if a young man greets an elderly lady with a kiss of his hand. We are in Warsaw!

The Polish capital is considered a place of miracles. The fact that old Warsaw re-exists is a merit of the iron will of its inhabitants. Continue reading

Poland, Poznan: a city on the Warta River

A trip to Poznan will lead us to one of the oldest cities in Poland. As soon as you learn something about the ancient history of the city, during your stay in it you will want to learn more and enjoy this city, which played an important role in the history of Poland.

Poznan has always used its strategic position between the Warta and Tsybin rivers. From the very beginning, the city was a fortress and at the same time a major cultural and political center, because in general the first historically reliable leader of the Polyan tribe, Meshko I, founded his residence here. Continue reading

Poland, Wieliczka I salt mine - history and modernity
World rarity in southern Poland attracts more than a million tourists annually to look into the womb of the earth. The salt world, which has arisen here over the centuries…

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Krakow - a city of talking stones
The university city of Krakow is the capital of the Lesser Poland Voivodeship in southern Poland. This is an amazingly beautiful town, living in a halo of history, art, culture…

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Rating of the best cities in Poland
Moving to Poland it is important to choose a city where you will feel comfortable and safe. Many emigrants who leave for Poland have their own image of an ideal…

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Mariacki Church in Gdansk
The Mariack Cathedral in Gdansk is astounding and even slightly suppresses with its austere monumentality. Its construction, which began in 1343, took almost 160 years. The length of the cathedral…

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