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Are there any ghost towns and spooky places in Poland? Posted by on Jul 21, 2017

Poland is a place of many hauntings. Its castles are particularly prone to paranormal activity, given the often gruesome acts of the past and the dramatic gestures of their inhabitants. Many former royal residences are made spookier by the presence of “white ladies” who are often the ghosts of women murdered as a part of…

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Amazing cars made out of scrap metal in Poland! Posted by on Jul 6, 2017

We all know that recycling is good. We all should do it! And just imagine how many awesome things we can make out of recycled materials! I always look for different things to recycle around the house. Most of the time to make arts and crafts with my girls:) In the 1990s Pruszków earned the…

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Have you heard of Singer pub in Kraków? Posted by on Jul 3, 2017

Kazimierz is the old Jewish Quarter of Kraków, Poland, a place with a fascinating and indelibly dark story to tell. Today, the area is home to some of the quirkiest and coolest bars in the city, which are laden to the brim with fancy lounges, killer beer pubs, sophisticated cocktail joints, intimate gardens and trashy dive…

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10 blogs on how to spend summer in Poland Posted by on Jun 30, 2017

Summer is here! It is such a beautiful time of the year in Poland. Visiting family, spending time at a wonderful city or beautiful quiet village, going horseback riding, sailing on gorgeous Polish lakes…All of it sounds great!   Visiting Polish coast is always a great idea! Beautiful beaches and some really interesting towns and…

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What Polish museums to visit and why? Posted by on Jun 27, 2017

Poland has a rich, often dark, but exceedingly interesting history to tell. Not limited to the simple course of time, and the events that have occurred within, the Polish story is one that is interested in so many ways: from war and conflict, to film, art, architecture and literature. Accordingly, there is a thriving museum…

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