The most affordable way to go by car to Poland from Sweden or Norway is via Karlskrona to Gdynia. Stenaline operates the route and three departures per day are available. What happens on board and what can you do on the boat? (more…)
When World War II was at its worst phase in Europe, thousands of war refugees ended up in the small village Doverstorp outside Finspång in Sweden. The place was planned to be a shelter for inhabitants of the big city Norrköping, but instead became larger than a smaller Swedish city – and then disappeared almost without trace. (more…)
The Masurian canal is situated in an adorable landscape with deep forests and thousand lakes. In the middle of this are giant locks on land, dry hand-digged canals, and other strange things. Now we will look at the remains of the Masurian canal.
Once a missile facility that protected the Soviet Union against all possible military threats. Walk into this area without permission before the year 1995, may have resulted in many years in prison. Today the place is abandoned. Now we enter the traces of rocket pads and rooms for radar surveillance! (more…)
There is no more famous symbol of Poland’s capital than the Palace of Culture in Warsaw. This was Stalin’s gift to Poland, which the Poles, for the most part, had to pay for by themselves.
Gdansk is a beautiful city with a big harbor in Poland. The city of half a million inhabitants has a well restored old neighborhood and stylishly lit when darkness has fallen. Buildings from the Hanseatic era are closely linked with hundreds of years old churches. Look how wonderful it could be when the darkness falls on a cold autumn evening.