The dream came true for Warsaw’s chocoholics when Wedel allowed them rare access to the factory.
As you walk the streets of Warsaw and many other cities in Poland, you are not alone. Buzzing about your head are millions of bees that come from hundreds of hives deliberately placed right in the centre of town. They are there because some beekeepers passionately believe in the quality of urban beekeeping and its power to educate the young and old alike about the importance bees play in our ecology and diets. Kamil Baj has been at the forefront of the urban beekeeping revolution in Poland and takes us through his journey, from ditching his corporate 9-5 to starting a buzzing new business.
The wedding was the first time in nearly 100 years that a Hochberg-Pless got married in Książ Castle.
The 28 figures featured in the Who’s She? game include scientists, artists, activists and sportswomen. But who’s Zuzia Kozerska-Girard the woman behind the game? TFN finds out.
Dating back to the middle-ages with the first known mention appearing in 1394, the Polish bagel has since gone on to be awarded the EU’s Protected Geographical Indication status. Now, sleek new carts will be used to sell them.
A new permanent exhibition at the Warsaw National Museum shows off some of the most prevalent designs in Polish history. From the interwar folk design movement and influential Kraków workshops through the post-war reconstruction period, social realism and post-1956 modernism, the Gallery of Polish Design exhibition embraces the development and dynamism of Polish art and design.
Initial information indicates that the bones might have belonged to a mammoth or a prehistoric forest elephant, which lived on the territory of present-day Poland during the Pleistocene Epoch (often known as the ice age).
The 44-year-old child physiotherapist and extreme sportsman defied temperatures to take fifth place in international comp.
Named in November by CNN as arguably Europe’s coolest neighbourhood, TFN looks at the relentless rise of Łódź’s OFF Piotrkowska Centrum
Poland's Deputy Environment Minister Michał Kurtyka officially took over the presidency of the COP24 climate summit in Katowice, south Poland, at the conference's first plenary session on Sunday.