Staring majestically over the Lower Oder Valley, and offering stunning views over where the River Oder forks into two, the woodland structure has triggered a wave of public appreciation.
VIDEO: If the unexploded ‘Tallboy’ bomb dropped by the RAF during World War Two goes off, a seismic wave could threaten nearby port infrastructure and bomb shrapnel could break through the water’s surface threatening local residents. Above ground, the bomb has a destructive range of two kilometres.
Created by local photographer Bogusław Dyjek and unveiled by former workers at the factory where it was produced, the enormous can of Paprykarz Szczeciński was revealed on the city’s Gryfitów square, named after the factories and processing plants where the spread was made.
In 2015, the arthouse Kino Pionier 1907, which describes itself as an “ambitious cinema for people who see film as more than just entertainment”, was officially recognised as the oldest cinema in the world, with a certificate from Guinness World Records.
The European Investment Bank (EIB) has granted two municipal social building associations a total of PLN 85 million (EUR 19.07 million) in loans for the revitalisation of the Downtown and Stare Dabie districts of the northern Polish city of Szczecin.
Commemorations of the 40th anniversary of the 1980 August Agreements which instituted the Solidarity Union launched on Sunday in the northwestern coastal city Szczecin, one of the main centres of worker protests which led to the union's foundation.
Famed for his urban landscapes, Tytus Brzozowski is now working on a project to paint 13 cities with a Polish connection.
Ikea has created the world’s first ‘House of Tomorrow’ in order to promote sustainability in urban environments and an eco-friendly lifestyle that limits the amount of waste produced by households.
Polskie LNG, the operator of the LNG Terminal in Świnoujście, together with the Management of Szczecin and Świnoujście Seaports, on Wednesday signed a deal with a consortium of TGE Gas Engineering and PORR for the expansion of the terminal.
Archaeologists digging for a WWII plane near Szczecin stumbled upon the 130-year-old object which bears the hallmarks of the Grachev Brothers who were purveyor to the Russian Imperial Court and granted the ‘Imperial Warrant’ making them direct suppliers to Tsar Alexander III.