Dzien kobiet or how Gdansk marched on Woman’s Day

Back in 2005, few groups of people gathered for the first time in the centre of the city bathed by the Baltic Sea. This year, Manifa Trojmiasti (Tri-City) passed through the streets of Gdansk on the 110th anniversary of International Women’s Day, with nearly 200 people expressing their opposition to the destruction of the EarthContinue reading “Dzien kobiet or how Gdansk marched on Woman’s Day”

Gdańsk, city of freedom, solidarity and now also of concord

Just a few minutes from the city centre of Gdańsk, the railway megaphone announces the following station – Następny przystanek – next stop, it says with a somewhat distorted voice. The rattling of the lemon and navy blue convoy of these high-speed trains between cities on Poland’s Baltic coast – or SKM for short –Continue reading “Gdańsk, city of freedom, solidarity and now also of concord”

Breslavia, el milagro económico

La tasa de desempleo de la ciudad ha disminuido hasta el 1,9% en 10 años Google, HP o Volvo son algunas de las empresas internacionales instaladas en la capital de la Baja Silesia Muchos jóvenes decidimos emigrar en busca de nuevas oportunidades, de un trabajo que permita independizarnos y crecer personal y profesionalmente. En elContinue reading “Breslavia, el milagro económico”

Przedmieście Oławskie And The Challenge Of Revitalization

Formerly Known As The Bermuda Triangle, The Neighbourhood Faces A Complete Paint Job The New Municipality Of Wroclaw Imposed Recently That Some Of The Initiatives Must Remain Detained In The Process Of Being Reassessed. Following the wave of changes that are occurring in the city of Wroclaw, we will cross the river Odra, left fromContinue reading “Przedmieście Oławskie And The Challenge Of Revitalization”

Nadorze Railway Station, the Odra’s gate

  From this railway station in the years 1941-1944, the German Nazi regime deported over 7,000 Jews from Wrocław and other Silesian towns to concentration camps and places of extermination: Kowno, Izbica, Majdanek, Theresienstadt, Auschwitz, Sobibor, Belzec, Riga, Minsk and others. The vast majority of deportees were murdered. These words stand on the wall onceContinue reading “Nadorze Railway Station, the Odra’s gate”