Poland’s August 15th celebrations for Armed Forces Day mark the country’s 1920 victory against advancing Russian Bolsheviks in the Battle of Warsaw. Over 100 airplanes and helicopters, more than 200 military vehicles and over 1,500 troops took part in the annual celebrations.
The humble Polish apple is enjoying the year so far with a record harvest forecast, underlining the success of Poland’s apple sector that not only has become the biggest in the EU but also one of the biggest in the world.
In today’s video about the Warsaw Uprising, British blogger Patrick Ney looks at the desperate plight of the city’s starving civilians.
Economists say private consumption and government spending are key drivers for GDP growth in the second quarter
Slick social media campaign sees Podlasie Tourist Board go into overdrive as it promotes the region’s natural beauty.
Having travelled the world taking photos of some of the planet’s most exotic locations, Anita Demianowicz decided to explore Poland. She was spellbound by what she discovered
August 15th marks the 98th anniversary of one of the most important battles in history - the day Poland beat back Lenin’s Red Army and saved Europe from Bolshevism
Before jetting off, adventure-junkie Mateusz Waligóra told TFN he was ‘scared and stressed’ and admitted he ‘might not come back’.
The festival at Warsaw’s National Opera House, which will last to the end of August, includes 50 concerts that will see 91 soloists and 18 ensembles perform 240 pieces, including several commissioned specially for the festival.
The Michelin Guide tweeted the news with a photo of two of Wawrzyniak’s signature dishes: Atlantic herring cured two ways and a hearty lard with pickles and activated charcoal sourdough bread.
Polish athletes continued their string of successes yesterday, bringing the total number of gold medals to seven while bagging another silver and bronze at the Championships in Berlin