Sometimes cited as one of the inspirations behind Ukraine’s Orange Revolution, and often widely (and incorrectly) credited as being the root cause behind Wrocław’s recent epidemic of decorative gnomes, the legends that surround the Orange Alternative hide an extraordinary story of a group that played a defining role in the fall of the PRL.
The story, which is being told in the 70th year since rebuilding was officially completed, is an important one as perhaps no other city in history has had to handle, process and use as much rubble as Warsaw did in the late 1940s and early 1950s.
The black and white cat who shot to global fame after being named Szczecin’s top ‘must see’ attraction managed to flee when the woman tried to snatch him off the street.
A local councillor has written to the mayor of Szczecin asking him to use Gacek’s sudden fame to support non-governmental organisations that deal with the protection of animals in the city.
Dating from between the 16th and 19th century, the director of the National Museum in Gdańsk described the collection as being ‘entwined with the museum’s DNA’. He said: “It is with this collection that the whole institution began.”
Described by as “a perfect example of the military architecture of the Teutonic Order” and “one of the best preserved”, potential buyers will find a castle perched on a 1.7 hectare plot and surrounded by 10 hectares of its own adjacent land.
Gwendal Poullennec, International Director of the Michelin Guides, said: “Its cuisine reflects its cosmopolitan outlook, with influences ranging from Italy to Japan and, while chefs show respect for traditional recipes, they are not afraid to interpret these in a modern fashion.”
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Using the social media platform to teach young people who don’t want to read books, Tova Friedman said: “Here they are, listening.”
Figures show a comeback of amateur – or ham radio – especially during the Pandemic and now during the ongoing Russian invasion of Ukraine. So how can amateur radio be useful when we have everything we need to communicate in the palm of our hands?