Named Nine’s in honour of the number that Lewandowski has worn ever since starting his career at Znicz Pruszkow, the project has been built to cover a staggering 1,300 sq/m spread across four-floors of a historic 19th century malthouse.
In our continuing series on the changing faces of Polish cities, this week we take a look at the Silesian capital of Katowice.
Once unwanted and unloved, Katowice has gone through a renaissance and good things are happening, as TFN’s Alex Webber found out.
Generously filled with dramatic archways, lavish churches, semi-secret corners and revamped tenements, it’s enough to just wander without aim and let the hours slip away.
Poland's restaurant, bars and cafes will remain shut down for an indefinite time but can still offer deliveries and take-out services, according to a Monday-updated government regulation on epidemic-related restrictions.
The facility brings a load of different family-friendly games to the capital city.
The Polish government is debating whether to shut down all bars and restaurants due to the spreading coronavirus, and the decision on the matter will be made later on Friday, Development Minister Jadwiga Emilewicz told the gazeta.pl news website.
The Edinburgh bar released a teaser video on social media featuring symbols from the video game with the caption “Toss a coin for another sneak peek! Blood, Wine & Monsters” and hashtags including #comingsoon and #witcher, prompting a wave of excitement among fans.