The historic station of Boguszów-Gorce Zachód, just 1km west of the legendary Gold Train town of Wałbrych in Lower Silesia and close to the stunning Książ Castle, has undergone a major transformation to reclaim its former colour scheme as well as gain some delightful new features.
After letting himself go following retirement, the 67-year-old OAP from Wałbrzych now has 6.3 million YouTube views and over 30K followers on Instagram after his amazing transformation.
A bumbling interview, in which Webber blurted out that Wałbrzych was his favourite place in Poland, got our explorer thinking – and by Jove, he’s come up with some dynamite reasons to claim so.
Ahead of her times in many ways, Princess Daisy von Pless’s legacy still resonates in south-west Poland.
They used to call him the fat Hugh Grant, now they just call him fat. But that’s probably because of all the high (and low) end eateries he frequents during his travels around Poland. Anyway, without further ado, join TFN columnist Alex Webber as he takes you inside Webber’s World.
The paintings belong to the old German aristocratic family that once owned the mighty castle in south-west Poland.
The new investments will bring Toyota’s total investment in Poland to EUR 1.2 billion.
As tantalizing new details of buried Nazi treasure are revealed, TFN’s Stuart Dowell reports on the findings and probes the mysterious religious organisation which held the diary for decades and was associated with Nazi cult worship in the 30s and 40s.
One of the first cities in Europe to enforce the EU’s May 1st plastics ban, Wałbrzych’s move not only reflects broader European trends but is a timely response to its local situation which sees inhabitants generate about five 1m3 cubes’ worth of plastic waste per day, each weighing roughly 200 kg.
Taken in the 1930s by a tourist to what was then Schloss Fürstenstein the pictures provide historians with valuable information on the castle’s interiors.