Passing the abandoned palace in Lower Silesian every day on his way to work, crop farmer Józef Żałobniak eventually decided to buy the place and turn it into a hotel spa saying: “I wanted to save it for other people to enjoy. That was my dream.”
Treasured by historians, the fortifications which formed a bulwark of Festung Krakau, an ambitious 19th century project that was to safeguard the city from further conquest, will now be turned into museums, art galleries, equestrian centres and tourist ‘hotspots’.
Marketed as “the world’s first fully automatic interior design tool”, Lofty have launched at a time when home improvements have enjoyed a pandemic era surge in popularity.
The jacket belonging to a Wehrmacht Lance Corporal was discovered wrapped in an oiled cloth in the town of Lubań, in the southeast of the country.
The fragments offer precious examples of the capital’s architecture over the centuries through details from door handles to tiles.
TFN takes a look at the history behind one of Gdańsk’s most famous shipyard complexes.
One of the most distinctive buildings born of Poland’s communist era, the bus station has become something of a tourist attraction.
Dating from the town’s earliest days, the Old Town Square boomed during the city’s rapid 19th century industrialization but fell into neglect after WWII. Looking increasingly decrepit as the years have passed, this once vital swathe of Łódź now stands on the edge of a bright, new dawn.
The modern, minimalistic makeover featuring roofed platform halls, sleek escalators, glamorous shops and comfy waiting rooms will turn Warszawa Zachodnia (Warsaw West) station into Poland’s most modern train station.
The letter, dated 15 March 1941, was written by two Polish men, whose names and dates of birth are in the text. Local officials are now trying to tack down their descendants.