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Will The ‘Great Wall’ Of New Orleans Save It From The Next Killer Hurricane?
On a sweltering blue-sky September day, I stand atop a 26-foot-tall white concrete wall that stretches for nearly two miles across the Golden Triangle Marsh on the eastern edge of the city. The $1.1 b...
Poznan: Things to do in this Polish gem
Everything you need to know for a visit to the city of Poznan in Poland, including sights, getting there, thoughts on where to stay, and why you should visit in the first place!
The food of Poznan, Poland
This is definitely my personal favourite. Because the food was nothing short of amazing. Set in a cellar, but well lit and originally decorated, this kitchen is all about slow food, seasonal food, org...
Warsaw - Travel tips
Polish flair with a twist of entertaining adventure in Warsaw. Allow an InterContinental Concierge member lead you on a special tour. Go to http://www.ichote...
Warsaw
See more of the old city of Warsaw in Poland during your next European Vacation.
Defensive wall
A defensive wall is a fortification used to protect a city, town or other settlement from potential aggressors. In ancient to modern times, they were used to enclose settlements. Generally, these are...
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Grudziądz
Grudziądz [ˈɡrud͡ʑɔnt͡s] (German: Graudenz, Latin: Graudentum or Graudentium or Grudentia) is a city of 96 042 inhabitants (2010) on the Vistula River in northern Poland. Situated in the Kuyav...
Grudziądz - Wikipedia
Kołobrzeg
Kołobrzeg [kɔˈwɔbʐɛk] (German: Kolberg) is a city in the West Pomeranian Voivodeship in north-western Poland with some 50,000 inhabitants (as of 2000). Kołobrzeg is located on the Parsęta River on...
Kołobrzeg - Wikipedia
Königsberg
Königsberg (until 1946 officially: Königsberg i. Pr.) was a city in the monastic state of the Teutonic Knights, the Duchy of Prussia, the Kingdom of Prussia and Germany until 1946. After being conquer...
Königsberg - Wikipedia
Kraków
Kraków ([ˈkrakuf]) also Cracow, or Krakow (/ˈkrækaʊ/, /ˈkrækɒv/) is the second largest and one of the oldest cities in Poland. Situated on the Vistula River (Polish: Wisła) in the Lesser Poland re...
Kraków - Wikipedia
Poznań
Poznań [ˈpɔznaɲ] known also by other historical names) is a city on the Warta river in west-central Poland, the region called Wielkopolska (Greater Poland). The city population is about 550,000, while...
Poznań - Wikipedia
Toruń
Toruń [ˈtɔruɲ] (known also by several alternative names: see #Etymology) is a city in northern Poland, on the Vistula River. Its population was 205,934 as of June 2009. Toruń is one of the oldest cit...
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Warsaw
Warsaw (Polish: Warszawa [varˈʂava]; see also other names), is the capital and largest city of Poland. It is located on the Vistula River, in east-central Poland, roughly 260 kilometres (160 ...
Warsaw - Wikipedia
Will The ‘Great Wall’ Of New Orleans Save It From The Next Killer Hurricane?
On a sweltering blue-sky September day, I stand atop a 26-foot-tall white concrete wall that stretches for nearly two miles across the Golden Triangle Marsh on the eastern edge of the city. The $1.1 b...
Johann Gottfried Roesner
Johann Gottfried Roesner (or Rösner) (21 November 1658 – 7 December 1724) was a Royal Prussian official executed following the Tumult of Thorn.Roesner was born in Züllichau (Sulechów) in Branden...
Johann Gottfried Roesner - Wikipedia
Western Institute
The Western Institute in Poznań (Polish: Instytut Zachodni, German West-Institut, French: L'Institut Occidental) is a scientific research society focusing on the Western provinces of Poland - Kresy Za...
Western Institute - Wikipedia
Battle of Kolberg (1945)
Location of the Battle of KolbergThe Battle of Kolberg or Battle of Kołobrzeg (also, battle for Festung Kolberg) was the taking of the city of Kołobrzeg, then the city of Kolberg in German Pomerania b...
Battle of Kolberg (1945) - Wikipedia
Camerimage
The International Film Festival of the Art of Cinematography Camerimage is the biggest festival dedicated to cinematography and its creators cinematographers.The first seven events (1993–1999) were he...
Poznan: Things to do in this Polish gem
Everything you need to know for a visit to the city of Poznan in Poland, including sights, getting there, thoughts on where to stay, and why you should visit in the first place!
Siege of Kolberg (1807)
The Siege of Kolberg (now the Polish city of Kołobrzeg) took place from March to 2 July 1807 during the War of the Fourth Coalition, part of the Napoleonic Wars. An army of the First French Empire and...
Siege of Kolberg (1807) - Wikipedia
Walls of Jerusalem
The Walls of Jerusalem (Arabic: أسوار القدس‎; Hebrew: חומות ירושלים‎) surround the old city of Jerusalem (approx. 1 km²). The walls were built between 1535 and 1538, when Jerusale...
Walls of Jerusalem - Wikipedia
FC UTA Arad
UT Arad was a football club based in Arad, Romania, founded in 1945. During its history the club won the Romanian championship six times, only Steaua Bucharest, Dinamo Bucharest and Venus Bucharest w...
Port of Kołobrzeg
The Port of Kołobrzeg [kɔˈwɔbʐɛk] (in Polish generally Port Kołobrzeg) is a Polish seaport in Kołobrzeg, Poland at the Baltic Sea located at the Parsęta river. Port has a yacht harbour, fishing harbou...
Port of Kołobrzeg - Wikipedia
Culture of Kraków
Kraków is considered by many to be the cultural capital of Poland. It was named the European Capital of Culture by the European Union for the year 2000. The city has some of the best museums in the co...
Culture of Kraków - Wikipedia
Walls of Dubrovnik
The Walls of Dubrovnik (Croatian: Dubrovačke gradske zidine) are a series of defensive stone walls that have surrounded and protected the citizens of the afterward proclaimed maritime city-state o...
Walls of Dubrovnik - Wikipedia
The Royal-Imperial Route in Poznań
The Royal-Imperial Route in Poznań (Polish: Trakt Królewsko-Cesarski w Poznaniu, German: Route der Könige und Kaiser) is a tourist walk running through the most important parts of the city and...
The Royal-Imperial Route in Poznań - Wikipedia
Religion in Warsaw
This article is a list of places of worship in Warsaw, Poland, both current and historical. It includes Catholic, Uniate, Protestant and Orthodox churches, as well as synagogues and shrines of other d...
Religion in Warsaw - Wikipedia
Poznań Nightingales
The Poznańskie Słowiki (en: Poznań Nightingales fr: Rossignols de Poznan de: Posener Nachtigallen) is a leading Polish choir founded in 1939.When the Germans expelled the priest of Poznań Cathedral, W...