Known at the time as Schloss Wartenberg, it was constructed as a summer residence for senior SS officer Otto von Wachter, the governor of the Kraków District in Hans Frank's General Government.
VIDEO: Originally discovered in 2015 decaying in the eastern village of Małaszewicze, the carriages have since undergone a stunning renovation and are set to go back into service in 2025 with the launch of the new Orient Express train.
Renovated just four-years ago, Komierowo Palace finished in the top spot ahead of Ireland’s Blue Haven Hotel, and the Hotel Chesa Grischuna in Klosters, Switzerland.
As concern heightens over the future, no longer are fallout shelters being seen as the domain of eccentric survivalists or paranoid billionaires. Vastly varying in size and cost, what was once a niche market has seen an explosion in both interest and innovation.
Situated at the foot of the Tatra Mountains on a picturesque clearing near Giewont, the seven 80sqm houses were inspired by traditional shepherd's huts.
TFN’s Stuart Dowell visits the myths and mysteries associated with the legendary luxury liner that was the MS Piłsudski.
Opened on 19 November, 1901, the Hotel Bristol has become a place where modernity and heritage meet. TFN’s Alex Webber looks back at its glitzy history.
Titled the Feel Harmony, the boutique investment will consist of 72 rooms spread across three barges and will include a whisky bar, café, restaurant, spa and water-facing terraces.
Measuring 21.4 m / 70.1 Ft long, with 287 m² / 3089.24 Ft² living area, the category A luxury yacht is now due to premiere at the Cannes Yachting Festival in September.
Situated just a stone’s throw from Warsaw’s Royal Castle and Zygmunt Column, the extensive renovation of the now neglected late-baroque residences is hoped to restore more of Warsaw’s cultural heritage, 80 percent of which was wiped out during WWII.