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Once seen as evidence of the collective ambitions of the Communist system, today they stand as haunting, empty shells – an eerie reminder of a political order that would ultimately come crashing like a house of cards.
The Indian climber Anurag Maloo was attempting to conquer Annapurna in west Nepal when he aborted his attempt at an altitude of about 7,100 metres and went missing during his descent.
Dated 31 July 2015, the letter which was found hidden on New Year’s Day among rocks and old logs on the Croatian island of Pag began: "I am Marysia, and I am Monia. We live in Poland, near Kraków." Now the woman who found the letter would like to meet them.
Poland will celebrate a new public holiday to mark 1919-1921 Silesian Uprisings after President Andrzej Duda signed into law a bill to this effect.
A night's stay on Poland's Baltic coast is more expensive than visiting the Adriatic this year due to a short holiday season and limited accommodation places, an analyst from the Polish Economic Institute (PIE) has told PAP.
As many as 59 percent of the Polish public cannot afford to go on holiday this year, a new survey has shown.
In Poland the Easter traditions come rich, thick and fast. From the blessing of baskets of food to pouring water over women, the country boasts a glorious mix of traditions that set the Easter holiday apart from all others.
With around 3,000 streets covering close to 1,400km, after two and half years Kamil Bąbel is halfway to achieving his goal but says he’ll need another three years to complete his challenge.
Concerned about those trapped in stifling hot apartments, Mali Bracia Ubogich have responded by taking those in their care on scenic day-trips with local volunteers.