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Seven ways to brighten no-longer-golden and not only Polish autumn
When Golden Polish autumn has come and gone, and chilly showers and blustery winds usher in November, it’s worth arming oneself not only with an umbrella but also with a few brighteners to chase away the autumn blues. Here they are – seven ways to survive autumn straight from November Poland.
Time to dance the polonaise
The polonaise, or Polonez in Polish, is one of the oldest Polish dances. And it is one of the few that we still dance today! Exceptionally dignified but also easy to learn, it accompanies official occasions such as graduation balls and weddings.
Polish snow sculptures in Sapporo
Snow crushed into very dense giant cubes is transformed into fairytale figures and geometric structures. The Sapporo Snow Festival held in February will include snow sculptures from Poland, such as “The Spirit of the Karkonosze Mountains”.
Pope Francis to meet youth in Krakow
In July 2016, the Polish city of Krakow will host the World Youth Day. More than two million young people from all over the world will visit the city on the Vistula River to hear and see Pope Francis.
Poland is full of inspiration
CNN’s award-winning Polish-Danish field producer, Antonia Mortensen, tells Polska.pl about “Made in Poland”, a CNN special about creative and innovative talent coming out of Poland that is due to be broadcast in December.
Poland’s mountain enthusiasts reach new peaks
Thousands of mountain enthusiasts get together all over Poland to watch films and listen to stories from the summits. The biggest mountain festival will take place in Krakow in the first weekend of December.
An escape room and the history behind it
The game in the “escape room” lasts from 45 minutes up to an hour and makes you feel part of an action movie. In Poland, you will mostly impersonate the Polish mathematicians who cracked the German Enigma code during World War II.
Harry Potter magic in Poland
Fans of magic and Harry Potter have fallen in love with Poland. Their plan is to buy a castle here, so that Hogwarts, a wizardry school, can leave the world of fiction and become real.
Polish audio play school conquers the world
Polish companies that specialise in audio play production - novels read by many actors, with music and sound effects - are conquering the world markets. A unique feature on the Polish market are audiobooks based on comic books.
Poland in the blogosphere
Bilingual Polish-English blogs offer an insight into Polish traditions and everyday life.
Health and beauty spas outside the city
Poles have come to love spas in places outside the city and surrounded by nature, locations which 200 years ago were reserved for those of noble birth.
Poland in the eyes of a Swiss graphic artist
Fanny Vaucher, a Swiss graphic artist living in Warsaw, author of a graphic blog “Pilules polonaise” (Polish pills), talked to Polska.pl website about pickled cucumbers and how to draw Poland in pills that would be understandable to foreigners.
Skis made in Warsaw suburbs take the slopes by storm
Monck Custom wooden skis are now the hottest trend on mountain slopes around the world.
Poland’s national intellectual sport
Poles won their first World Finals of the International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC) in 2003 in Beverly Hills.
Poles have acquired a taste for historic reenactments, including reenactments of great battles.