Having lost his ring in 2000 – two months after he had got married – a forester has been reunited with his wedding band after recruiting a metal detector group to help him clear the roads of spikes and nails.
While a prisoner at a POW camp known as E715 in what was then the town of Auschwitz , British prisoner James Archer became friends with ‘five tough Polish guys’ and a Jewish engraver inmate who made the gang six identical rings with their initials. Now Archer’s 74-year-old son is trying to track down the fate of the rings and their owners.
The two amber rings, a bronze bowl, an iron knife in a leather holder and bronze buckles were found in the grave of a man who belonged to the Pomeranian elite who lived between the 11th and 12th century.
Hidden for over 240-years, the charred mementos had been hidden after the tragic, premature death of Teresa Czartoryska.
With the widespread use of plastic creating environmental challenges globally, jewellery designer Anna Orska teamed up with plastics recycler Weronika Banaś to create the stunning New Stone collection.
White collar boxing is a global phenomenon but completely unknown in Poland, until now. Julian Szumowski from Biznes Boxing Polska has raised almost a million złoty for charitable causes bringing businesspeople, politicians and even a priest into the boxing ring - to fight each other. Here the remarkable story in the latest #HeartofPoland.Watch Julian spring a nice surprise on our host Patrick Ney at the end. Did Patrick survive?!