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Community Hub: Hala Koszyki
Back Story Built between 1906 and 1908, from the outset Koszyki was designed to serve as a market hall. Nationalized after WWII, by the 1960s it was attracting over 3,000 shoppers per day. By the millennium, though, business had slowed with shoppers favoring new generation supermarkets over the grubby... Read more
Warsaw’s Best Mexican Restaurants!
On the occasion of Cinco de Mayo, join us for a look at our favourite Mexican haunts… Blue Cactus Elektrownia Powiśle & Fabryka Norblin They say legends never die, and so it’s proved with the return of this institution. Though contemporary in its styling, nods to the past are... Read more
In Pictures: Polish Cup Final
Reduced to ten men after just six minutes, Legia Warsaw triumphed in yesterday’s Polish Cup Final after seeing off Rakow Czestechowa to emerge victorious following a nail-biting penalty shootout. Featuring staunch backing from both sides, and spectacular pyro shows and tifo arrangements, Legia can now boast 20 Polish cups... Read more
History: May Day
If today’s May 1st holiday is little more than a day off to be spent in the sun, in previous years it wielded an altogether different significance… Whereas the origins of workers’ parades to coincide with May Day can be traced to the times of the Industrial Revolution, it... Read more
“Majówka” in Warsaw. Check out what’s waiting for you at Koneser!
Great restaurants, excellent exhibitions, and a unique atmosphere. Centrum Praskie Koneser, located in Warsaw’s Praga-Północ district, is a fantastic choice for a May Day long weekend in the capital of Poland. Post-industrial architecture, combined with delicious food, will make you fall in love with this place. There are many... Read more
Going Out: Warsaw’s Cat Cafe!
In Purr Purr, feline good is good enough… Primer Opened during that time when Poland was hopping in and out of lockdowns, Purr Purr didn’t have the best start in life – yet despite these significant early challenges it’s grown to become a legend of Muranów (and beyond). In... Read more
Locals Protest Skra Redevelopment
Local residents in Ochota have expressed their opposition at plans to renovate and restore the Skra sports complex that sits south-west of the city centre. Among other concerns, protestors have railed against the number of trees that will be ripped up as well as the lack of parking places... Read more
Exhibition: Rising From Rubble
In terms of domestic history, few subjects have been covered in as much depth as Warsaw’s cataclysmic destruction and subsequent rebuilding. However, this exhibition should not be considered a repeat of all that have come before. Unique in many ways, its focus instead spotlights the role of rubble –... Read more
New Park For Warsaw
The Green Board of the Capital City of Warsaw have announced a tender for the construction of Żerański Park, a 13-hectare project whose first stage should be completed by 2024 or 2025. Divided into two stages, the second and final part should be delivered four-years from the signing of... Read more
Soul Story

Soul Story

Features 20 April 2023 0

Hanka Kraszczyńska reveals her own spiritual journey, and the importance of sharing her knowledge with others…  WI: First off, would it be right to say you quit the corporate rat race to pursue the spiritual life? HK: Well, my personal adventure began in 1997 when I first heard about... Read more