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Kazimierz district
Old Jewish district in Krakow, Poland.
Tatar Trail
Tartar Trail: the villages of Bohoniki and Kruszyniany. Lost in the eastern borderland, in the Podlaskie Province, they are Poland’s oldest Islamic centres.
Jewish Culture Festival
Jewish Culture Festival in Cracov so called Jewish Woodstock
Cricoteka, the Centre for the Documentation of the Art of Tadeusz Kantor. Krakow, Poland.
Chopin relaxes
Sunday concerts in the Royal Baths (Warsaw) attract dozens of music lovers. Summer atmosphere fosters rest and relaxation.
Autumn on Mt. Babia Góra
Babia Góra National Park, Poland
Mazurkas of the World
Festival Mazurkas of the World, Warsaw
Stork village
Żywkowo, a small village located near the Polish - Russian border. It is known for the stork population that is bigger than human.
Veit Stoss altar in Krakow
One of best preserved work of late Gothic sculpture in Europe
Taj Mahal
The Taj Mahal is actually an integrated complex of structures with the white domed marble mausoleum being its most significant component.
Corpus Christi, Spycimierz
Corpus Christi is a Christian holiday held on the Thursday after Trinity Sunday.
Suwalski landscape Park
Suwalski Landscape Park etablished in 1976 to protect the unique glacial landscape.
Blacksmithing workshop
Blacksmithing workshop in Wojciechow, Poland.
The land of open shutters
Travelling across Podlasie region means discovering the exotic side of Poland
Kościuszko Mound
Kościuszko Mound (Kopiec Kościuszki) in Krakow
Easter eggs
Easter eggs are a widely popular symbol of new life in Poland, Bulgaria, Romania, Russia, Ukraine, and other Central European countries
Last days of the carnival
The traditional parade of colorful characters called Kusaki
Spring is coming
Marsh marigolds, purple fields of Hepaticas, primroses and anemones.
The Mysterium Crucis
Sanctuary of the Virgin Mary in Gorka Klasztorna
Highland festival
A several-day-long folk event in Bukowina Tatrzanska, Poland.
Morocco, Erg Chebbi
Sahara, Erg Chebbi, southern Morocco
Polo on snow
Polo on snow looks similar to the classic polo, except ... the ball, which can not be white.
Museum of the History of Polish Jews in Warsaw. Occupying around 4 000 sq m (ca. 43 000 sq ft), the Museum’s Core Exhibition immerses visitors in the world of Polish Jews
Colors of Autumn
Red, maroon, brown...
Cave Paradise
Horizontal limestone cave in Poland, located in the hill Malik, to the south of Kielce. Despite its small size, it is regarded as one of Poland's most beautiful caves.
European Solidarity Centre
European Solidarity Centre, Gdansk
Swiety Krzyz Monastery
Former Benedictine monastery, Swietokrzyski National Park, Poland
Łódź Fashion Week
Fashion Week Poland is the biggest fashion event in the East-Central Europe.
Independence Day
On November 11, 1918, after 123 years of captivity, Poland regained its independence.
Operation Sails Gdynia
Tall ships in Gdynia, Poland.
Święta Lipka
The village is known for the pilgrimage church Our Dear Lady of Święta Lipka, one of the most important examples of Baroque architecture in modern Poland.
Pieniny - hikers paradise
National park and popular hikers destination in Poland
Red Bull Air Race
Red Bull Air Race, Gdynia, Poland
Kazimierz Dolny
Small renaissance town located on the eastern bank of the Vistula River, central Poland.
Janów Podlaski Stud
The oldest state owned and operated horse stud in Poland.
Big Bend
Big Bend National and State parks are the largest protected area of Chihuahuan Desert, Texas, USA
Caddo Lake
Cypress forest, maze of sloughs, bayous and ponds: Caddo Lake State Park. The lake and wetland is located on the border between Texas and Louisiana.
Enchanted Rock
The massive pink granite dome rising above Central Texas.
Pedernales Falls
Pedernales Falls State Park, east of Johnson City, Texas.
Janowiec castle
Renaissance castle ruins, Janowiec, central Poland.
Mount Pilsko
Pilsko - second after Babia Gora highest mountain peak in the Beskid Żywiecki, Poland
Freestyle ski jumping
Extreme freestyle ski jumping, Zakopane, Poland
"Kumoterki" sledge racing
Traditional sledge racing and skiring in Tatra region.
Winter in Tatra
Poland, Tatra Mountains. Winter images from Koscieliska Valley and views from Glodowka.
Christmas baubles, ornaments, trees, decorations...
How baubles are made?
Images of Christmas decorations from Silverado manufactory near Warsaw
Krakow Nativity Scenes Contest
Krakow, Main Market Square, first Thursday of December.
Creche makers
Behind the scenes: workshops of Maciej Maszew and Stanislaw Malik renowned creche makers from Krakow, Poland.
Independence Race
Warsaw, run on the occasion of 93 anniversary of regaining independence.
Łódź is the third most populous city in Poland, often called the Polish Manchester because of its 19-and 20-century textile industry history.
Hand-bike Marathon
Hand-bike marathon, Warsaw 28.09.2013
Warsaw Marathon
35th Warsawa Marathon, 29.09.2013
Open'er Festival
Open'er Festival, one of the biggest music festivals held in Gdynia, Poland.
Inside the city
Warsaw sewage and waterworks system. The system that William Lindley designed for Warsaw between 1876 and 1878 is still operational
Kalwaria Zebrzydowska
One of the most important pilgrimage centers in Poland.
Table Mountains
Flat summits, cut with deep ravines, and unusual shapes of eroded sandstone create an atmosphere of fantasy movies.
Slovinski National Park
Poland, the biggest sand dunes in Europe located 100 km north-west from Gdansk
Lech Walesa's workshop
Lasting about 90 minutes tour of the former Gdansk Shipyard
Kite surfing, Jastarnia
Jastarnia, Ford Kite Cup competition
Water skiing, Masuria
Augustów - the capital of water skiing in Poland
Walking along Vistula
Warsaw: beaches, cafes and bars attract guests in warm summer evenings
Beaches of Algarve
High cliffs, rocks, sand and blue water.
Fountain park, Warsaw
Summer Chillout. Varsovians love summer baths in fountains.
Schuman parade
Warsaw, Schuman parade
Warsaw, Horse racing
Opened in 1939, a horse racing track in Warsaw
South by Southwest
South by Southwest Festival, Austin, Texas.
Padre Island
Padre Island National Seashore is located on Padre Island off the coast of South Texas. It is the longest undeveloped barrier island in the world.
Hasidic Jews in Lezajsk
Celebrations marking the anniversary of the death of Tzadik Elimelech.
Warsaw after Catastrophe
10 April 2013 - third anniversary of Smolensk catastrophy
The Royal Baths
One of the most beautiful 18th-century park-and-palace complexes in Europe.
Trekking to Imlil, High Atlas
Trekking route from Oukaimeden via N'Addi pass to Imlil, High Atlas, Morocco.
Dolomites - mountain range in north-eastern part of Italy. Since 2009 a UNESCO world heritage site.
The bustling and crowded city, one of the most exotic cities of Morocco.
St.Jordan’s Day
Epiphany - for Orthodox Christians this is the day when John the Baptist baptized God's son Jesus Christ
Orchid house, Łańcut
In the permanent exhibition many species and genus of orchids are presented
Three Kings Parade
6th Jan at noon Three King's Parade sets off at the Warsaw's Castle Square.
Holiday in Nikiszowiec
Nikiszowiec is an old mining district in Katowice, Upper Silesia, Poland
Light Move Festival
Festiwal of light, Piotrkowska street, Łódź, Poland
Painted village
Village of Zalipie is famous for its painted houses. The custom dates back to XIX centuary.
Ojców National Park
The smallest national park in Poland located in a short distance from Cracow city borders.
Soapbox race
Red Bull Soapbox Race, Warsaw. It is the Race for amateur drivers who build human-powered dream machines.
Ideal city
Zamość city was founded in the 16th, based on Italian design of Bernando Morando. Since 1992 Zamość has been on UNESCO World Heritage List.
Canoe slalom
Polish Championship on the river Dunajec, Nowy Sacz. Canoe slalom competition held on a natural river is one of the most spectacular water sports.
Katorznik adventure run
Runners must cover about 10 km in the swamp.
112 iron cast figures. Premanent outdoor installation of Magdalena Abakanowicz. Cytadela Park, Poznan
Images from newly opened Modern Art Museum in Krakow
49er regatta, Gdynia
Lotto Cup 49er Grand Prix Gdynia 2012. Gulf of Gdansk, the fastest race boats.
Tour de Pologne
Tour de Pologne, Warsaw, Poland
The Battle of Grunwald
Re-enactment of the Battle of Grunwald one of the largest battles in Medieval Europe.
Jabłeczna monastery
Jabłeczna indulgence attracts hundreds of Orthodox pilgrims each year.
Euro 2012, Warsaw
After years of preparation Euro 2012 in Poland and Ukraine started!
Around Morskie Oko Lake
The most visited national park in Poland with unique mountain landscape.
The biggest mountain range in the Sudetes. First “tourists” in Karkonosze were Walloons, legendary prospectors searching for precious stones and minerals.
Wolsztyn Engine Depot
Wolsztyn Steam Engine Depot is Europe’s only steam engine depot still in operation.
Euro 2012 host city, full of outstanding historical buildings, together with resort of Sopot and Gdynia are located alongside the Gdańsk Bay and form the Tricity, with nearly 800 thousand inhabitants.
Czocha Castle
Defensive castle in southwestern Poland. The castle began as a stronghold, on the Czech-Lusatian border.
Poland vs rest of the World
Speedway show Poland vs rest of the World
Palm Sunday
Palm Sunday is the last Sunday before Easter and the first day of Holy Week. Village of Łyse, Kurpie region.
Warsaw Half Marathon
Congratulations to all participants. You were wonderful!
Kutna Hora
Czech Republic, Kutna Hora, Skull Chapel, Ossuarium.
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