Just a short train ride from Warsaw are two contrasting cities that lie only a stone’s throw apart.
Poland's ruling party Law and Justice leader told participants of a meeting of Catholic broadcasters Radio Maryja and TV Trwam, in Toruń, northern Poland, on Saturday that it was the obligation of Poles to honour Ukrainians who saved Poles during the Volhynia Massacre.
The 11th edition of the spectacle will be a drive-thru event along a 5km course consisting of 12 zones.
Photography duo Jadwiga and Marek Czarnecki took over 1,700 individual photographs of the Toruń skyline before electronically stitching them together to create the incredible panoramat. Zooming in, even the smallest details can be observed, with highlights including the Sailor’s Gate, the soaring steeple of the Church of the Holy Spirit, the solid dimensions of St. John’s Cathedral and the city defensive walls running along the bottom.
A National Remembrance Park was opened in the north-central Polish city of Torun on Saturday in honour of those who risked their lives to save Jews in Poland during the Second World War.
Located in the city of Toruń, the design inspired by the ancient Japanse art of paper-folding has been billed by the architects behind it as a small and cosy space away from everyday life.
Once small, the market for hand-made cosmetics is increasing as people go green.
As world marks International Monuments Day, TFN looks at some of Poland’s finest.
The first Pole to ever win the UCI Road Race World Championship, Michał Kwiatkowski said he had “no words to thank healthcare workers” and that he was ‘opening the doors’ to his Toruń apartments for them to use.
After being the bosses for decades in January 1920, the Germans relinquished control to the Poles.