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7 Romantic Trip Ideas for you and your +1

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Romantic Trips in Poland for you and your beau   For your next Poland trip, try to leave World War Two history for a moment and savour the romance and atmosphere in other towns. Here are 7 romantic trips in Poland that you can take your lover, partner, spouse, or dog on. These places have […]

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7 Cute Towns in Poland

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7 Charming Towns in Poland that No Foreigners Ever See Enchanting towns with cobblestone streets that, often surrounded by medieval walls, are aplenty in Poland. Guidebooks focus on touristy spots such as Warsaw or Krakow, but Poland Guide is going off the beaten track. Today we are exploring seven small towns that not every Pole […]

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Crooked Forest

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Crooked Forest

You Won’t Believe What These Trees Look Like For  over half a century, why Crooked Forest, or Krzywy Las (kshih-vih lass) looks like J’s has stumped scientists all over the world. (Just as its  its pronunciation has befuddled non-Polish speakers for centuries). Regularly growing pine tress, surround this patch of 400 trees and cover roughly three-quarters […]

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Visit Wroclaw

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5 Great Reasons to Visit Wroclaw Why visit the southwestern Polish city? Pronounced Vrotz-wav, it is located in southwestern Poland on the Oder River. With over 640,000 residents, Wroclaw is Poland’s fourth largest city. The sights, attractions, as well as panoramas attract nearly 1/5 of the city’s population in students. Thousands of Polish tourists visit Wroclaw […]

Events

Autumn – What to do

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Autumn - What to do

Autumn – What to do in Poland Autumn is a perfect time to visit Poland if you want to see the wide selection of the country’s attractions. It is the time when in the citires the cultural season is beginning, and the pressure on the hotel rooms is rising. In the countryside, the golden Polish […]

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Black Ribbon Day – 23rd August – European Day of Remembrance for Victims of Totalitarian Regimes

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Black ribbon day

The European Day of Remembrance for the Victims of Totalitarian Regimes Or The Black Ribbon Day is the international remembrance day for victims of totalitarian ideologies, specifically totalitarian communist regimes, Stalinism, Nazism and fascism. About On 23rd of August 1939, two totalitarian states – Nazi Germany and Soviet Union – concluded a Non-Aggression pact. An […]

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Life in the camp – KL Auschwitz living conditions

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Auschwitz living conditions

Life in the camp Living conditions During the first several months, the prisoners’ rooms had neither beds nor any other furniture. Prisoners slept on straw-stuffed mattresses laid on the floor. After reveille in the morning, they piled the mattresses in a corner of the room. The rooms were so overcrowded that prisoners could sleep only […]

Auschwitz

Auschwitz free eBook

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Auschwitz free eBook

Essentials of the Auschwitz – Free eBook Specially for you we have created a very informative Guide Book about Auschwitz-Birkenau. What can you find in it? History of KL Auschwitz Liberation of KL Auschwitz Interesting facts about Auschwitz Auschwitz escapes and survivors Memorial and Museum Auschwitz–Birkenau today What you can see and experience Reasons to […]

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Polish Railroads

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Polish Railroads - Intercity Train

Polish Railroads Polish Railroads are quite cheap and comfy but not the fastest way of traveling around Poland. Trains let us to reach every important place of our country, unfortunately they aren’t the most modern vehicles so those who decide to travel by train need to be very patient. 400 km journey, for example between […]