Photographer Celebrates 100 Years Of Polish Independence With This Stunning Photoshoot

According to Polish photographer Sebastian Luczywo: “You may not know but for 123 years Poland was wiped out from the map of the world. From 1795 to 1918 we ceased to exist. But not in our hearts and minds. Partitioned between Austria, Russia and Prussia we always dreamed that one day we would regain our independence. Continue reading »

Photographer Łukasz Zagraba Captured Amazing Old Car Cemetery In Poland

5 years ago photographer Łukasz Zagraba visited the most mysterious car cemetery in Poland, which is located in Grodzisk Mazowiecki. In fact, it was the largest and most valuable collection of cars that were gathered so far in Poland. This collection belonged to a man named Tadeusz Trabenkiego – official of the Ministry of Transport. He was responsible for the recovery of the areas occupied by the Third Reich. Continue reading »

Stunning Color Photographs Capture Daily Life In Poland In The Early 1980s

In the early 1980s, while Gdansk and Warsaw were in the midst of a sociopolitical upheaval of great impact on a European scale, Bruno Barbey took the occasion to embark on a journey of almost 40,000 kilometers over an eight month period. Continue reading »

Artist From Poland Continue Depicts His Fight Against Depression In A Series Of Surreal Illustrations

For Dawid Planeta (previously) art is something more than just visual quality – with the series of dark illustrations he is exploring the dark side of human unconsciousness. After going through depression last year he’s using art to depict the places where dark feelings were coming from. Continue reading »

Snowlandia – World’s Largest Snow Labyrinth Opens In Poland

In Poland, the Snowlandia Zakopane park invites you to discover the largest snow labyrinth in the world, which covers 2500 square meters! Continue reading »

Between Clouds And Mists: Beautiful Rural Poland In Dreamy Photographs By Marcin Sobas

People rarely see how beautiful the rural country-side is in reality, many live in such areas for their entire lifetime not realizing in what an amazing environment they have the privilege of living. In this example a large compilation of photos is taken in Poland during few sunrises and sunsets. Continue reading »

Artist Covered The Poland National Gallery’s Staircase In Colorful Paint

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Not that long ago Polish Artist Leon Tarasewicz has made something unexpected by man. He completely covered the Polands National Gallery’s Great Hall Staircase in vibrant colors splattered all around by Kate Sierzputowski. The whole paint splattering fun turned into an art exhibition titled “Polish Painting of the 21st Century”. Continue reading »

Glow In The Dark Bicycle Path Unveiled In Poland

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This glow in the dark bicycle path can be found near Lidzbark Warminski in the north of Poland. It’s made from a synthetic material that is charged by the sun, and it can hold up to ten hours of light. The impressive strip is powered entirely by the sun, and it’s still in the testing phases. Studio Roosegaarde’s Starry Night bike lane inspired TPA Instytut Badań Technicznych Sp. z o.o to create the glowing bike path. Continue reading »

Polish Street Artist Just Unveiled Art Installations In Poland Which Are Based On Advertising Columns

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Polish artist LUMP just unveiled six public art installations in Lodz, Poland which are based on advertising columns along Piotrkowska Street the longest street in Europe. The columns were transformed into giant, symbolical items – icons related to Polish People’s Republic (1952-1989). The installations of LUMP are the first part of international, public art project UNIQA Art Lodz directed by Michał Bieżyński. Continue reading »

Artist From Poland Creates Gorgeous Wild Animals Designed In 3D

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The art of carving the wood is a real strength of many artists, and the Polish artist Mat Szulik, who imagined the project ‘PolyWood’, gives us the impression of carving wood even if his work is actually in 3D. He indeed designs in three dimensions the shapes of wild animals that almost look like real wood: wolves, elks, elephants, giraffes, bears and even snails. Continue reading »

Poland’s Mysterious “Crooked Forest” Populated with 400 Bent Pine Trees

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Located just outside of Nowe Czarnowo, West Pomerania, Poland, there lies a pine grove known as the “Crooked Forest.” It is one of the most unusual forests in Central Europe. What makes this grove of approximately 400 trees so bizarre is that instead of growing naturally, each tree is bent at 90 degrees near the base, causing a wide arc to the top. Continue reading »

One Of The Biggest Eco Murals In The World Has Just Been Created In Poland

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The barrage by Lake Solińskie, of 82 metres high, is one of the most important places of interest in Bieszczady Mountains. On the wall of the barrage, one of the biggest eco murals in the world, with clean (reverse) technique has been created. The concept is to create a picture with water under high pressure and to clean the sediment that was formed during many years. There are no chemicals used, that’s why this type of art is described as eco or green graffiti. Continue reading »

Manufacture of Hand-Blown Christmas Ornaments in Poland

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A worker blows a glass bauble at the Silverado manufacture of hand-blown Christmas ornaments in town of Jozefow outside Warsaw December 2, 2014. (Photo by Kacper Pempel/Reuters)
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Street Pole Dances in Poland

Pole dancers in central Poland have been honing their skills out in the streets, throwing their legs around signposts to the surprise and delight of many a passer-by. The aim was to dispel the myth about pole dancing, a discipline often associated with strippers and nightclubs.

“The reactions of the people in the streets were very good, so we thought that this is a way to popularise the sport”, explained 27-year-old instructor Natalia Stanislawska. “Coming out in the street and practicing pole dancing poles on road signs, we want to break these stereotypes. The Pole dance is a real sport and even an art that combines acrobatics, gymnastics, and fitness. It takes a lot of strength and flexibility”.

Members of the “Avocadoo” club perform a pole dance on a street sign pole in Lodz, central Poland on June 27, 2013. Talk about a traffic stopper: three pole dancers in central Poland have been honing their skills out in the streets, throwing their legs around signposts to the surprise and delight of many a passerby. (Photos by Janek Skarzynski/AFP Photo) Continue reading »

Treasure-Laden Viking Cemetery Discovered in Poland

A mysterious burial ground dated to the late 10th and early 11th centuries A.D. has been discovered in a recent archaeological excavation in Poland. Located in the small village of Bodzia in central Poland, the site was excavated from 2007 through 2009 by archaeologists from the Institute of Archaeology and Ethnology of the Polish Academy of Sciences.

The discovery is the most recent in a series of excavations of funeral sites in Polish lands dated from the end of the 10th to the middle of the 11th century and connected to the presence of migrants, mostly from Scandinavia. Apart from the graves, the burial grounds contain rich grave goods comprising weapons, high-quality jewellery, ornaments, coins, amulets and many other finds.

Chamber grave E864 with the richly equipped burial of a young warrior. (S. Gronek) Continue reading »