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.
As many as 71 percent of Poles consider living conditions in Poland to be harmful to their mental health, a new study has found.
Written by William Joseph Showalter, the 106-year-old article entitled ‘Partitioned Poland’ which was sent to TFN by a reader, provides a unique portrait of life in pre-independence Poland from the perspective of a western observer.
Archaeologists from the University of Wrocław came across hundreds of artefacts belonging to the African variety of Homo erectus, the ancestor of humans (Homo sapiens), about 70 km east of the present-day city of Atbara.
Inspiring the wave of newcomers are a series of well-established bloggers that have helped romanticize the world of van life with their stunning pictures and beautiful portrayals of life on the road.
Golden Retriever Gucio was found clinging on to life at the bottom of a disused septic tank after mongrel terrier Diego picked up his scent.