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25 October 2017

2 top places to eat this autumn in Warsaw

warsaw hala koszyki

Lately, there’s a new trend in Warsaw and it looks like its gaining popularity among young people. Like many other big cities, where historic buildings downtown are turned into luxury hotels, shopping centers or bars and restaurants, Warsaw now has its own old spots that have been brought to life and quickly became the center of city life. Looks like first-rate bars and restaurants in classy old buildings is a winning formula as history being all authentic adds value and creates a feeling you can’t get in a brand new place.


22 October 2017

WHAT DO WE LOVE ABOUT WARSAW METRO?

warsaw metro


I had a history professor at the University of Warsaw who just loves telling lame jokes. Every time we talked about British history, he used to say that in 1863 when we in Poland were fighting in a January Uprising waving little swords around, the first line of the tube was opened in London. So much when it comes to compering polish development with other countries. Let's have a look at the Warsaw metro right now.


20 October 2017

The first gay of Poland

robert biedron

 

Those of you who read world news probably heard the political situation in Poland is quite tense last years.  I’m not sure if this is the right place to discuss our government’s decisions but it goes without saying it’s getting worse and worse every day. But many say there’s a light at the end of the tunnel as there’s one politician giving us (or at least some of us) hope for the better future.


18 October 2017

Is Poland a Catholic country?

church poland

For centuries Poland was considered to be one of the most Catholic countries in the world as the conservative polish society was faithful to traditional values. Adding up the Polish Pope John Paul II that reign in the Vatican for 27 years, we had a full picture of Pole-Catholic stereotype.  

16 October 2017

5 things I love about Warsaw School of Economics

Warsaw School of Economics

Some time ago I wrote a post about students in Poland. As you probably already know, I’m a student of two universities: Warsaw School of Economics (SGH, where I study International Economics) and University of Warsaw (Law). It’s definitely SGH that I call MY university, even though I’m almost an alumni there. Despite all the flaws that SGH has, I’m really glad that that was the uni I picked and I’m happy that I could spend 5 years there that had such a huge impact on my life.


I know that a lot of you are planning to go on Erasmus in Poland so I decided I’ll make a couple of posts about polish universities to make your choice easier.



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