A collection of night street photos that I took in Warsaw, the capital of Poland.
The extensive cultural heritage across the epochs of Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque architecture makes Krakow the most popular city in Poland and one of the most visited places in Europe.
A collection of photos of attractive yellow-red trams that I took in Lodz, the third-largest city of Poland.
The décor of Anatewka brings to mind a warm atmosphere of an early 20th-century bourgeois home and it has that certain something that Lodz of olden times had. The interior is convivial, and the dining experience is rounded off with live music some nights.
With its slender architecture, the Church of the Holiest Savior in Warsaw raises two slim towers into the sky, on top of which there are Catholic crosses. For this reason, it seems that the temple, dreaming of ascension, stretches upward with all its stone power.
Jewish-style restaurant Mandragora in Lublin offers a very colorful and intimate atmosphere full of warmth and aroma of klezmer music together with the smell of Jewish dishes. Many of the ingredients and served wines are specially imported from Israel and are certified as kosher.
The Trinity Tower is the three-tiered belfry of the Cathedral of Lublin, housing the Archdiocesan Museum of Church Art, and, from the viewing platform, it allows visitors to enjoy a beautiful 360-degree view over the city.
The Byzantine-Ruthenian frescoes of the Chapel of the Holy Trinity in Lublin are the most impressive and best-preserved wall paintings of this kind in Poland.
Gdansk Zoo, with an area of approximately 125 ha (308 ac), is the largest zoological garden in Poland in terms of space and has become home for animals originating from all the continents.
Sopot is a small seaside city and spa resort in northern Poland. It is famous for its International Song Festival, the largest such event in Europe after the Eurovision Song Contest.
Gdansk in Poland is a city with more than a thousand years of history, the identity of which has been created over the centuries under the influence of different cultures.
The Basilica of St. Mary (Polish: Bazylika Mariacka) is the largest Brick Gothic church in Poland and the third-largest in the world after San Petronio Basilica in Bologna, Italy and the Frauenkirche in Munich, Germany. It can accommodate about 25 000 people.