Check out the new Wroclaw In Your Pocket no.40. Look inside: Silesia’s Churched of Peace, All Saints’ Day & Project Riese plus a bunch of new reviews of restaurants, venues and much more. Get a FREE PDF.
Singlehandedly responsible for some of post-communist Poland’s most iconic architectural atrocities, Wojciech Jarząbek helped shape the face of modern Wrocław in ways that still ignite amusement or open disdain. His most famous, and arguably most controversial, creation remains the Solpol department store.
Solemn or cathartic, Christian or pagan, in Ireland or anywhere in the world, St. Paddy’s is a reminder of how easy it is to share a heritage that we could call our own and how mankind belongs neither here nor there, but to one another. Here’s a shortlist of places in Poland you can go drown the shamrocks, celebrate everything Irish and honour what brings us all together.