Roman Szydłowski grew up in an affluent assimilated Jewish family in prewar Tarnów, a medium-sized city southeast of Krakow. His “Recollections,” published under the name The War Began in Tarnów, breezily describe the many relatives and acquaintances who populated his youth, though it is jarring how many of their lives were cut short by wartime […]
History of Poland is extremely complicated. If you want to learn its basis, without numerous dates and names, just watch this short video. It briefly explains how once important and powerful Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth was torn apart by its powerful neighbors, taking our sovereignty for over 123 years.history of Poland
There’s more to Polish food than dumplings and stuffed cabbage, and the average meal is neither boring nor predictable. The world opened up to Poland in the last half century, and local chefs have challenged themselves to update traditional recipes with new ingredient combinations and methods of preparation. Here’s our guide to the flavours of […]
If you’ve been glued to the first season of The Witcher on Netflix, you may like the idea of visiting locations where the scenes were shot or served as inspiration. Some of these can be found in Poland, home to fantasy writer, Andrzej Sapkowski, upon whose books the series is based.
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Tarnów is known for its traditional Polish architecture and for centuries the city was enjoyed by people from all around the world. Its Old Town is considered one of the most beautiful examples of the Polish Renaissance. Take a trip with Ryan Socash and discover Tarnów!
Enotarnowskie – a project by Tarnów Tourism Organization focused on wine tourism in Tarnów region – received the Polish Tourism Organization’s “2019 Best Tourist Product” award.award , local products , wine
Poland is a country containing thousands of churches dating back centuries, and in today’s Poland, more and more churches are being built. Many of the churches are famous and touristic, but for those with a taste for the unusual, this eclectic mix contains some more obscure options. From underground churches to flower art to human […]
If you build a kosher cafe in Poland, they will come out of the woodwork, acknowledging ‘some Jewish roots’.