This weekend signals one of Wrocław’s stranger anniversaries - the construction in 1948 of a 106-metre tall spire which was promoted as a victory of Polish technology and a symbol of Polish Wrocław. But then it was hit by lightning…
From discos to bat sanctuaries and art galleries, old bomb shelters have seen a renaissance across Poland.
Officially reopened to the public last week to coincide with the arrival of Spring, the restoration was seen as one of the most complex conservation challenges undertaken in Poland this millennium.
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