One of Poland’s most famous travel bloggers has cycled the length of Poland’s mountainous southern border from west to east as part of a gruelling challenge that saw her cycle up to 100 kilometres a day.
The videos, dubbed by some critics as “trauma porn”, feature teenagers pretending to be in heaven and acting out Holocaust scenes. In a statement, the Auschwitz-Birkenau Museum said the videos were “dangerously close or are already beyond the border of trivialisation of history and being disrespectful to the victims.”
Taking to Twitter, the PM said that Poland’s plan to protect with economy will help bridge the gap with the richest countries, as Warsaw Uprising hero Wlodzimierz Wisniewski is seen praising people’s solidarity in dealing with coronavirus.
The new charge, which would be paid to the Polish Film Institute, could bring in an estimated 15 million złoty (3.3 million euros) this year, and at least 20 million złoty a year in subsequent years, most of it from a handful of major players on the VoD market in Poland. Small providers would be exempt from the charge.
Taking just over two days to complete, photographer Mariusz Zając’s labour of love shows the capital in its full, majestic glory - before the Second World War left it in ruins.
The #IlovePolandchallenge has become a hit across the continent with people showing off their moves to the DJ Hazel song.
Mysterious castles, sweeping landscapes and bombastic cathedrals all feature in this ground-breaking work.