interesting places

  • Biebrzanski National Park

    by mbogda

    Biebrzanski National Park is one of the four National Parks located in the North-East of Poland, in Podlaskie province. It is famous for being bird sanctuary and for the swamps that cover the area.

  • Having conquered Poland in 1939, Hitler already had a plan to conquer USSR on his mind as well. To help him realise this plan, he needed a headquarter close to the USSR border, so that he could efficiently manage the Germany-Russia war. This is when German eyes turned to Prussia, a region that was inhabited mainly by Germans before the Second World War broke out, and the Wolf’s Lair started to be constructed in Gierloz

  • Biskupin archaeological site

    by mbogda

    Biskupin is a small village between Poznan and Bydgoszcz. In 1933 Polish archaeologist discovered the remains of a settlement, which turned out to be a settlement of the Biskupin group of the Lusatian culture dated back to the 8th century. It is the best-preserved and one of the most important archaeological sites in Poland.

  • Castle and arboretum in Kornik

    by mbogda

    Kornik is a small city located about 25 km south of Poznan. It is famous for a historial castle that was built here in the XIVth century. It is definitely worth a one-day trip from Poznan.