Heaping praise on Poland’s soaring status on the world stage, an article in the British newspaper The Telegraph has spotlighted predictions that the country’s GDP per capita will outrank the UK’s by 2030.
By taking a virtual tour around Poland using Google Street View, photographer Monika Stpiczyńska discovered a fascinatingly candid presentation of everyday life in cities, towns, and villages.
They say that location, location, location is everything. Well, now a first-of-its-kind app lets users filter for their dream amenities and, by analysing a map of Warsaw, use 16 filters to find a place best suited to their needs.
According to the Pension Exodus Report by Investing Reviews, Poland is now the fifth most popular destination, with an increase of 214 percent since Brexit.
The number of regular Polish savers who have decided to put aside even more money has increased by 20 percent as inflation reached levels last seen in Poland the 1990s, a survey has found.
Start your day with a summary of today’s top stories from Poland’s leading news sites.
According to Kraków’s MOCAK art museum which is running the exhibition: “The notebooks are both a document of Poland's recent history and an apotheosis of everyday life. They constitute a kind of minimalist literature.”
The signs, which depict a graphic of a single hedgehog in a black outline beneath the capitalised “Warning Hedgehogs”, was the winning design voted on by local residents.
In this mid-August round-up from The Debrief, host John Beauchamp speaks to TFN's social media editor Monica Zielinski about the top stories making the rounds this week.
Conducted between September 2021 and February 2022, respondents were asked to rate their happiness on a scale of one to five with the study aiming to better understand what specific factors impacted the resulting score.