Taken in a variety of locations, the images show sofas in varying states of disrepair, all united by their apparent lack of love.
Initially believed to have been an example of a woolly rhinoceros, closer inspection by experts from the University of Wrocław revealed it was a specimen of the much rarer Stephanorhinus or Merck’s rhinoceros. The palaeontologists came to the rescue after the builders, saying they were going to dump the bones, went to watch a football match.
In 2019, specialists managed to locate the crash site of the WWII US Airforce Flying Fortress in Jordanów Śląski where they have now discovered human remains thought to belong to the aircrew.
Originally intended as just a three-day visit, the Spanish artist instead embarked upon a mini tour of the country lasting two weeks.
A building in Lublin has become the first in the world to install an innovative photovoltaic installation made entirely from solar panels using pioneering perovskite technology.
Two watercolours lost during the war, one a self-portrait of artist Joseph Kalter and the other a portrait of his wife, Amalia Kalter, have been recovered by Polish authorities and are to be returned to the National Museum in Wroclaw, southwestern Poland.
GALLERY: The birds-eye view into the past is available through the desktop version of Google Earth, with maps of Warsaw from 1935 as well as Gdańsk and Wrocław from 1943.
A silent witness to the violent protests that took place on June 25 as workers took to the streets to demand an end to price increases, the EPO5-22 became caught up in the scuffles when strikers pushed it with their bare hands onto a section of dismantled track.
The ‘eye-catching’ payment method from fintech firm PayEye uses a digitally scanned image of the iris which is then converted into a special code to authorize the payment.
Bees and other insects play a crucial role in the ecosystem so their conservation has become a priority.