The central Polish city of Lodz has once again headed the list of the country's most congested cities, according to a report by satellite navigation maker TomTom published on Wednesday.
Scoring an average Google rating of 4.9 out of 5, Gacek has left other attractions – such as the award-winning Philharmonic, the Castle of Pomeranian Dukes and the city’s underground WWII tunnels – trailing in his wake ever since first finding fame.
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Polluting old cars will be banned from Warsaw city centre in an effort to improve air quality, the capital’s mayor announced on Wednesday.
Using the capabilities of Artificial Intelligence and current photos of some of Poland’s best-known landmarks, algorithms employed by ING Bank have deduced what the nation’s most iconic spots will look like in the far-flung future.
One of the ways we can perceive and define a city is by the way it smells. New research spotlights historical smells and – more importantly – what was done about them, in the Polish city of Lublin.
VIDEO: The picturesque town has joined an illustrious group of heavyweights including Amsterdam, Paris, Vienna, Budapest, Rome, Copenhagen, Stockholm and Milan in implementing the idea of a 15-minute city in which everything people need for their lives is within 15-minutes on foot, by bike or on public transport.
In this episode of The Debrief, we take a look at urban and rural spaces in Poland, and how a foundation is aiming to change the way we think about architecture.
While not recommend for honeymoon purposes (unless, maybe, you’re looking for a quick divorce), this is a city that is not short on points of interest.
In this mid-August round-up from The Debrief, host John Beauchamp speaks to TFN's social media editor Monica Zielinski about the top stories making the rounds this week.
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