Welcome to Poland with a Plan


So by now we are convinced that Warsaw and the Warsovians are key players in our history – cruelly pushed to one side by the narratives we’ve  been taught. We were brought up on the movements of nationalism in the 19th century, the empires than formed about the central European powers, the rise of theContinue reading “Uprisings”

Warsaw and the Zuk

We arrive in Warsaw to a city that appeared to be the greyest on earth. Apart from an imposing tower with gothic touches and phone masts about its highest point. Our hotel, the Regent, was a 260 bed conference centre venue next to the Russian Embassy, a  late Soviet era mausoleum, and a considerable distanceContinue reading “Warsaw and the Zuk”

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