Located in southern Poland, close to the border with Slovakia, the village of Skawica has been attracting researchers intrigued by drawings and words inscribed in large rocks by locals living through the turbulent times of war and communism.
Rescue teams are striving to establish contact with two speleologists trapped in a flooded corridor of an underground cave in Poland's southern Tatra Mountains.
The former patients of an orthopaedic institute had all lost limbs but this did not prevent them from getting to the top.
When asked why they were taking such a huge tooth up the mountain, the Japanese ‘tourists’ said it was part of a scientific experiment, but didn’t reveal more.
The polar explorers left their base on Friday to go on a trip in the mountains. Their bodies were found on Sunday after concerned fellow researchers alerted the authorities when the pair failed to return.
Award-winning documentary film maker Eliza Kubarska explains why she is accompanying an expedition to climb a sacred Himalayan mountain.
Mr Tadeusz, who goes under the Instagram name of Gooral Zakolove, has over 15,000 followers with each photo attracting more than 1,000 likes.