This article was sponsored by PKP. The monumental building was designed in an English neo-gothic style more closely resembling a castle or palace than a public service building and was intended to showcase the power of the railways at a time when they were the fastest form of public transport.
Practically untouched for decades, the wreck contains items ranging from military vehicles to porcelain, as well as many mysterious boxes with unknown contents, which are already capturing people’s imagination.
Seeking to promote “the power of femininity”, designer Marta Ewa Rżanek typically uses 25 millilitres of breast milk to create a necklace or bracelet with the resulting stones being smooth, hard and also warm due to their ability to maintain room temperature.
The entrance was found during a search of the area in northeast Poland using geo-radar. It has long been thought that the bunker complex, which lies close to where Hitler had his Wolf’s Lair HQ, could contain many WWII treasures, including the Amber Chamber.
A museum in Poland has recreated one of the greatest missing treasures of the Second World War – an Amber Chamber stolen from Russia by retreating Nazis.