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…

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Warsaw
Warsaw (Warszawa) - the capital of Poland since 1596. The population of 1.7 million inhabitants, with suburbs of 2.88 million. The first settlements on the territory of modern Warsaw date…

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Grunwald
Grunwald is the site of a great battle, a bloody battle, the feat of arms of a army of many thousands, when a huge unified Polish-Lithuanian army (about 29 thousand…

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Wroclaw Cathedral

Wroclaw Cathedral (Poland) – description, history, location. Exact address and website. Reviews of tourists, photos and videos.

The Cathedral in Wroclaw is consecrated in honor of John the Baptist. This is a very beautiful and majestic Gothic building with neo-Gothic elements, which stands in the vicinity of the city of Tumsky Island (Cathedral Island). The current church is the fourth of those that were built on this site. Continue reading

5 main reasons to visit Poland

Poland is an attractive and amazing country. It has picturesque old cities and medieval architecture, wild forests and sandy beaches, rich city life and amazing cuisine.
Here are 5 main reasons to visit this country.

Abundance of urban entertainment

The two largest cities in Poland – Krakow and Warsaw – are very different from each other. However, both are a great place for lovers of active city life. Continue reading

Nine Polish cities you did not know about

You have already visited Warsaw, Krakow, Gdansk and other most tourist Polish cities and now do not know where to go? Fortunately, you can gain experience not only in the most famous places. Today we will tell you about small cities that you may not have heard of – but in vain!

Cieszyn

There are not many cities in Europe that are located in two countries at the same time. Cieszyn is one of them. As a result of the Polish-Czech conflict of 1919-1920, the western part of Tieszyn Silesia went to Czechoslovakia, and the eastern part to Poland. The city of Cieszyn was also divided into two parts: the Czech part was called Cesky Tesin. Continue reading

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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: Krakow - the city of kings and dragon
Krakow - once the capital of Poland, and today one of the most beautiful architectural gems of Europe. The whole city is permeated with a medieval spirit, reinforced by the…

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Rating of the largest construction companies in Poland
The main weather in the Polish construction market is made by the 15 largest construction companies. Last year, they received a total income of about 29 billion zlotys. I think…

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UNUSUAL IMPRESSIONS IN FASHIONABLE AREAS OF POLISH CITIES
Not only the old city ... Major cities of Poland are not only the capitals of rapidly growing regions. In addition to the administrative and economic center for local residents,…

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