Although little-known, the camp in Chełmno nad Nerem stands out in the grim history of the Holocaust for serving as a model for later sites at Treblinka, Sobibór, Bełżec and Auschwitz II Birkenau. TFN’s Stuart Dowell was there.
The Łódź firm specialises in improving animal and human health by “increasing environmental sustainability and eliminating the unnecessary use of antibiotics.”
Once beset by industrial decay and decline Łódż is on the rebound and establishing itself as one of Europe’s go-to destinations.
The German BSH group will open a new plant in Łódź, central Poland, which will produce up to 3 million dishwashers annually. The official opening is planned for September 10.
A field in central Poland has become home to dozens of old kiosks, and its strange lure has started to pull in the visitors.
The drug which comes from a compound called 1-MNA helps to reduce fat around the liver and by so doing reduces the risk life-threatening liver cancer and other related diseases. een developed by a company in Łódź.
TFN looks at some of Poland’s most innovative designs around today.
According to the study which looked at Warsaw, Wrocław, Poznań, Łódź, the Tri-City, Kraków, Szczecin and Lublin “…the business environment, the quality of office buildings and the availability of facilities that improve residents’ quality of life – in Lublin they are at the highest level.”
The annual trade fair has carved out a reputation as the most prestigious Polish festival in its genre which, hailed by titles such as Wallpaper* and Elle, has become firmly established as one of the Łódż’s calling cards, drawing in excess of 435,000 visitors since its inception and casting a universal spotlight on the city.
The work by Etam Cru can been seen around the world, and has taken Polish street art to a new level.