This year's Four Cultures festival in the central Polish city of Lodz will be shortened from 10 days to four due to the coronavirus epidemic and will run under the slogan 'Future with no return.'
With lockdown over, Webber checks out of Warsaw and books himself into one of his favourite cities – Łódź.
The unique footage from 1927 showing builders at work and nobles being shown around was discovered by the Polish Army Veterans Association which took it during a pre-war tour they made of the city.
Thanks to the renovation visitors can now visit throughout the year.
The online-extravaganza will highlight some of the cultural delights of the city.
Amazon will offer over 100 jobs in its new e-commerce centre in Lodz, central Poland. Amazon already employs 700 in a 2019-opened centre in the Lodz suburb Pawlikowice.
The map from the Institute of National Remembrance (IPN) has been developed to help visitors better understand the monster camp where up to 3,000 Polish children aged from 2 to 16 years old were imprisoned between December 1942 and January 1944.
The litter was born on St. Valentine’s Day but has been kept secret until now as mortality rates are high. Found in the rivers of South America’s Amazonia, there are only between 1,000 – 5,000 of them left in the wild.
Specifically renovated to coincide with the 200th anniversary of “modern” Łódź this year, with its elegant interiors and beautiful works of art, the palace is like ‘a time machine’, oozing with the splendour of the age.
Unique not just to Poland, but also the entire planet, Zamek Łapalice has entered urbex folklore on account of its outsized dimensions and sheer spellbinding power. Rising from the treetops of the Notecki Forest, its feast of turrets and towers are nothing if not breath taking. But why is it there?