Wilanowska Apartments by Jems Architects, Warsawm Poland. movable wooden louvers are provided to a substantial part of the facades, which, alternately open or closed, form a delicate, vibrating structure.
The Haunted Manor in Gdansk, Northern Poland — There is a hill; local residents still refer to it as “Devil’s Hill” due to an old legend that states that this little hill, surrounded by a deep forest and swamps, was a favorite place for witch gatherings, where it is said that nasty demons were summoned. Legend also says that a very large stone located on the top of the hill was brought there by the devil. Today the building remains derelict and no one claims ownership.
The Wieliczka Salt Mine, just outside of Krakow, Poland. It continuously produced table salt from the 13th century until 2007. - Explore the World with Travel Nerd Nici, one Country at a Time. http://TravelNerdNici.com
"Warsaw, Poland’s capital, is a big and bustling modern city! It was completely destroyed in 1944 during the Warsaw Uprising, and so it is a new city. Even the “old” city is completely rebuilt. Here in Warsaw you will find a hip nightlife, great restaurants, and great museums. Check out the Warsaw uprising museum, and also the Chopin museum...." --Hailey, Pink Pangea contributor #pinkpangea #poland #travelpics