Warsaw
Warsaw is the capital of Poland and the largest city in Europe. Having survived many shocks and conquests, she carefully preserved to this day the most valuable of her every…

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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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Poland, Warsaw - a forgotten city
The largest city in Poland and its capital - Warsaw - probably only a few will imagine how interesting to go. We were also skeptical at first, but the journey…

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Gdansk Old Town

The historical center of Gdansk, where the main attractions are concentrated, is called the Main City, and everything that is located north of Pivnaya Street is called Old Town. The architectural appearance of the latter was formed in the 13-17 centuries, when Gdansk was called Danzig, belonged to the Teutonic Order, and then became a free trading city. Most buildings were destroyed by World War II bombs, but after they were rebuilt by Polish restorers. True, the reconstruction of the Church of the Virgin Mary, the largest brick church in Europe, is still not completed. Continue reading

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 20 hectares, is the largest Gothic castle in Europe. Today, it is not only of interest to lovers of history and castle architecture, but also simply amazes with its beauty even the most tourists who are immune to the beauty. Continue reading

Zhurav

The crane (that is, the “crane”) above Motlava, undoubtedly, “makes” a view of Gdansk from the river. His appearance is extremely characteristic and recognizable. Not a single photograph of the river panorama could do without his slightly strange profile, reminiscent of either a figure from Tetris that got up “on the ass”, or a birdhouse for a heron.

The crane was built in the Middle Ages just as a crane. Life in the old port of Gdansk then was in full swing, and the cargo turnover was serious. Continue reading

Poland, Cieszyn: Castle Hill
Originally a Slavic settlement, later a defense castle, today it is a historical landmark with a park and views of the Czech Tesin, Silesian and Moravian-Silesian Beskids. At the beginning…

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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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How to buy tickets cheaper
Buy tickets at a good discount - spend more on vacation. How to keep up with "hot" airline sales, catch the right stock on time and avoid overpayments? There are…

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Poland, Swidnica and Yavor - churches of the World
In our countries, the post-Belogor period is still often perceived as a dark age. But it was precisely in this "dark" time that many of our greatest artistic treasures came…

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