Described by as “a perfect example of the military architecture of the Teutonic Order” and “one of the best preserved”, potential buyers will find a castle perched on a 1.7 hectare plot and surrounded by 10 hectares of its own adjacent land.
Set in the village of Barciany, the 14th century castle costs the same as eight small apartments in Warsaw and according to the estate agent the price is negotiable.
From discos to bat sanctuaries and art galleries, old bomb shelters have seen a renaissance across Poland.
For many parents across Poland, the first few weeks of September always pose a challenge.
Located in the Mazury region, the architect worked with a simple brief: to design a property that would maximise the lakeside views whilst also referencing the local architecture typical of the area.
Polish Waters (Wody Polskie), a state water management authority, has begun marking a water trail that will take boating enthusiasts through 150 kilometres of the Great Mazury Lakes.
The series of paintings by Katarzyna Nowakowska brings a nostalgic and fable-like feel to the representation of some of Poland’s beloved vacation spots.
From legal texts to muffins: the story behind one of Warsaw leading cooking schools for kids.
Married Piotr Woźniak-Starak had been on his luxury speedboat with a mystery blonde when he went missing. Police later found the empty boat floating on the lake and the woman identified as a local restaurant worker on the shore. She told them they had fallen off and that she had managed to swim to safety.
Strong winds, heavy snow and huge snowdrifts have left organisers no choice but to move the event to Poland where conditions are better.