As the bi-annual festival gets into its full three-day swing, and with over 700 different craft beers on offer, TFN’s Alex Webber popped down for a chat with the organisers to find out more about Poland’s brew-volution.
Climber posted a picture of the ginger cat gazing at a view of mountain peaks and cloud-filled valleys. Just how the cat got so high remains something of a mystery.
A Polish photographer has made a name for herself by taking breathtaking photos of dogs in stunning locations.
TFN takes a look back at the Polish Pope from Wadowice who helped change the world and bring about the fall of communism.
Green islands in the grey urban landscape and bringing to mind the secret garden of Frances Hodgson Burnett’s novel, allotment gardens are thriving, attracting new generations with their charm and tranquillity. In many Polish cities, like in Warsaw, those green oasis are located right in the city centre and in the most popular districts, such as Mokotów, Żoliborz or Praga.
Folk culture is still going strong as these stunning photos from the Museum of the Mazovian Countryside Folk Culture show.
Wola shines a light on Warsaw’s bygone days by re-creating a famous market.
of the Kingdom of Poland and the Grand Duchy of Lithuania decisively defeated the German–Prussian Teutonic Knights. For the 21st time, enthusiast of history, knightly chivalry and medieval battles g
The Wisłujście Fortress located by the Martwa Wisła river, an estuary of Vistula, was the stage of battle between Polish and Swedish forces in 1628.
The small town of Łowicz will erupt into colour today as locals take to the streets to celebrate Corpus Christi (Boże Ciało). Women in colourful Masovian costumes, young girls in their white holy communion dresses and men in colourful medieval culottes carrying standards of the Virgin Mary join solemn priests, draped in clerical red leading a procession, while a carnival including, ferris wheels and folk art workshops, turns the event into a weekend-long affair.