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Eleventh edition, March 2020


It’s getting warm again! Hiking trips no longer require great preparations to make sure we will be warm. Hence, we are inviting you to some interesting places in Poland. We start the journey with searching for Wroclaw Dwarfs, and then move to one of the youngest, but with numerous historic links, the city of Gdynia. I also encourage you to read the interview with Aleksander Smaga, an architect involved in commemorating our history.
The magazine must not miss trips related to nature. This time, we are inviting you to two national parks. First, to Magura (with an additional text by Katarzyna Skora) and then to the Barycz Valley Park located in the opposite corner (it may be a good idea to spend time in western Poland – right after visiting Wrocław).
For our part, we recommend a trip to a place not often reached buy the tourists coming from abroad – namely the monastery in Wigry – located somewhere far in the eastern borderland of Poland. For those who prefer rather mountain expeditions combined with relaxation in a climatic small town, we have a text about Krynica – located on the edge of the Beskid Sadecki (which, the chances are, may be our future home).
In the Magazine we always try to devote a lot place to tradition: this time, of course, it will be Easter and a text devoted to a ‘Śmigus’, as well as a bit more serious one associated with the pilgrimage to Kalwaria Zebrzydowska. Closer to the summer period, we would like to invite you to participate in Pentecost and Midsummer Night celebrations – it will be a journey to the east again.
In this issue, we have also prepared a special map for you, regarding the trips with a dog. Many of you probably take your pet on vacation, so let’s have a look where, in Polish National Parks, your dog can accompany you.

We wish you a Happy Easter with a  piece of sweet, shortcrust mazurek.

Contributors to this issue: Anna Adamska, Paweł Budzik, Bartosz Dubiel, Zuzanna Długosz, Konrad Rogoziński, Anna Olesińska, Jerzy Rajecki, Marek Sałatowski, Alexander Smaga, Olga Śpiewankiewicz, Katarzyna Skóra, Radosław Sikora, Łukasz Sowiński and Jakub Zawadziński.
Additionally: thanks to Znak Publishing House for cooperation on this issue. 

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Tenth edition, December 2019


Contributors to this issue:

Anna Adamska, Ania Olesińska, Kamila Rosińska, Katarzyna Skóra, Bernadett Urbanovics, Max Max Danilevsky, Daniel Franek, Krystian Kiwacz, Stanisław Magiera, Kazimierz Nóżka, Przemysław Sękowski, Adam Pachura (Telewizja Sudecka), Łukasz Sowiński, Jakub Zawadziński.

Happy Christmas to all of you.

As always a big thanks to Kasia Śpiewankiewicz graphic editor for the support. Thank You.

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Ninth edition, September 2019


Dear Readers,
Autumn is the season when warm air slowly fills up with moisture and the smell of falling leaves. The  time of colours, nostalgia and the slowing down pace of life – especially in nature. It is also time for those who, looking for an escape from the hustle and bustle,  go on trips to places  which  typically crowded in summer, in autumn  offer rest in  peace and quiet.
In this issue of the Magazine, we invite you to several sentimental journeys. We start with a trip to Tyniec Abbey, just minutes away from Kraków. Immediately afterwards, we suggest moving to somewhat quieter parts of Poland, first to the east of the country, where Agnieszka Gromek will tell us about autumn. And then a short trip to one of probably the most romantic small Polish towns, i.e. to Kazimierz on the Vistula River.
The main part of this issue is devoted to the region of Kielce. Piotr Michalec talks about its colours and nooks and crannies.  I especially recommend his photographs. Kamil Paluszek in turn will  talk about spiritual culture – taking us into the world of forgotten Orthodox churches.
In this issue I would  also like to recommend a short text by Professor Marceli Tureczek about a little-known place in Poland, somewhere in its western corners. The article is dedicated to the unique statue of the wolf.  It’s probably a tradition that Janusz Wańczyk’s photographs appear in most of our magazines. This time, we suggest you read his new book about his beloved Sącz land. Another tradition seems to be  the presence of Mikołaj Gospodarek, an avid traveller and photographer. This time his story about Kashubia. However, we are particularly proud of the presentation of the Czorsztyn region. For me, it is also a nostalgic journey, as I remember this area from expeditions when there was no big lake there. Once again, I would like to thank Aneta Markus and Łukasz Lisiecki for help in creating the article. And finally, a bit of reflection on our cultural heritage in the text about Orava by Ania Olesińska with the pictures by Łukasz Sowiński. Our portrait master, Marek Kalisiński, will show you his reportage from the Battle of Grunwald re-enactment. The list is by no means complete… enjoy your reading! and…don’t forget to go to Wrocław 🙂 – thanks to Anna Adamska.

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Eight edition, June 2019

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Probably everyone loves summer. This is the most beautiful season and Poland is not an exception here. This time we would like to invite you to discover almost the full range of what our country has to offer: from north to south. We invite you to the Polish coast and especially to the Hel Peninsula. You can see its charm from a less known perspective – namely – from a bird’s eye view. Let’s then go south on an expedition to the Polish Tatra Mountains, and those who want to discover a bit more, may feel encouraged to go for a trip to Orava or to the Poprad Valley. Of course, you can always relax from the hardships of walking, strolling in the evening around beautiful Krakow.
In Poland you will find almost everything, including places that will allow you to move back into distant past times – even a thousand years back. For those who like such trips we have an invitation to Biskupin or old castles in the south of Poland. In our Magazine, we also keep presenting Polish traditions – this time we encourage you to learn about the customs associated with Corpus Christi Day in Łowicz. We surely have something for culture lovers as well: The Jagiellonian Fair in Lublin. See you in summer in Poland, over a serving of pierogi with cherries!

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Seventh edition, March 2019

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And so, the long-awaited spring has come.  This season in Poland can be described using the old saying: “Kwiecień plecień poprzeplata, trochę zimy trochę lata”. Spring is the time when nature awakens to life and thousands of birds visit Poland. Małgorzata Pawelczyk will talk about it in her story about the Biebrza and Narew rivers. In this issue, we would like to invite you to the region, which is maybe less known, but offering great rest in silence, combined with the opportunity to learn about the Polish tradition and culture, i.e. Kurpie. Bogdan Białczak will guide us around. By the way, if you choose a slightly different route, coming to Poland by car, maybe it is worth visiting the cross – border city of Szczecin? Damian Róż invites you there. For history lovers, we recommend the conversations with Radosław Sikora (a historian and an expert in Polish Hussars) and Marek Kalasiński – a photographer. It is also worth taking a look at Poland from above, if only to see Krakow from a less known perspective, or to visit less-known places, nevertheless attractive and related to the history of Poland – all this in the conversation with Radosław Kowal.

You will also visit, guided by Mikołaj Gospodarek, the Bears’ Cave. In this issue, you will also find lots of cultural information and some related to Polish traditions, shown e.g. in the photographs by Łukasz Sowiński.

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Sixth edition, December 2018

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Winter, although often associated with cold, is one of the most beautiful seasons. In Poland, as in many parts of the world, the climate is changing and there is less and less snow every year, however, in many parts of our country it is still enough. We invite you for a journey through Poland dressed up in a winter robe. Visit the eastern regions with famous wisents – European bisons, get to know the wild birds that you can meet with us and, above all, go to the mountains: for a long winter wander, to see their natural beauty or to meet wild Polish horses. And when you are tired, come for a cup of warm tea to Krakow, Zakopane or Warsaw. There, you can feel festive atmosphere. And if you want to get to know our traditions, visit the Open-air Museum in Sierpc or try to search among the inhabitants of Zakopane, for at least one of the strong highland ladies. However, if you stay at home and read only our Magazine, you will still have the opportunity to get to know all these places thanks to a great pictures.

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Fifth edition, September 2018

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Welcome to the autumn issue of the magazine. As in the previous editions, we show you Poland through beautiful photos, hoping that it will encourage you to further search and visiting our country. On November 11th, Poland will celebrate 100th anniversary of Independence. For this reason, Professor Marceli Tureczek prepared a special anniversary article focusing on the main points of this historic event. We hope you will celebrate with us. As always, we encourage you to get to know and visit different parts of Poland. Marcin Tarkowski will take you on a trip to Lublin – charming, full of tradition city in Eastern Poland. We also encourage you to read a conversation with Wojciech Bytner who takes photos of Masuria – the land of thousands of lakes. And then, together with Włodzimierz Stachoń, we will move to Sub Carpathian region to discover the beauty of wild nature. Similarly, we cannot ignore the photographs of Mikołaj Gospodarek, who shows full of nostalgia Masovia region. It is not possible to list all the recommended texts and photographs In the short introduction, so let discover them with us.

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Fourth edition, June 2018

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This season of the year encourages us to leave our homes, travel, discover and make new friends. In Poland, summer is beautiful and the possibilities of discovering and exploring the landscapes are almost limitless: from the Baltic Sea to the picturesque Tatra and wild Bieszczady Mountains. We invite you to get to know different parts of Poland, including those less known.  We start our journey with the Wieliczka Salt Mine – known probably to everyone and after a while we move to Wrocław, recognised as the best course of expeditions in Europe. While in Wrocław, you will be guided by Janusz Krzeszowski, a local photographer. In this issue, we devote a lot of space to the project Fall in Love with Poland at Night, showing different places, sometimes less known to foreign tourists (e.g. Tarnow, Sucha Beskidzka, Bydgoszcz or Zielona Gora). Summer in Poland is also a time for people with religious sensitivity to make pilgrimages to the places of worship. This time we invite you to St. Anne Mountain that will be presented to us by Błażej Duk, a photographer and the author of the website devoted to this sacred place.

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Third edition, March 2018

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Welcome to the spring edition of the magazine. As in previous editions, we show you Poland through beautiful photographs, hoping to encourage you to search on your own and visit our country. The motto of this number is ‘Go East’. Eastern Poland is definitely less known and popular among tourists, probably due to the further distance from the most popular tourist centres. However, it has much to offer, especially for those who seek peace, silence and communing with nature. We devoted two important texts to the East. The first of them, ‘Magic of Podlasie’, is a conversation with Jerzy Rajecki, an enthusiast and a real institution when it comes to photographs and documentation of this region. Another article is ‘Holy Mount Grabarka’ with an excellent text by Alicja Marciniak-Nowak. For me personally, as for an editor of the magazine, the conversation with Franciszek Kupczyk and his photographs of monks from the Camaldolese Assembly are of particular importance.

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Second edition, October 2017

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  This is our second issue, but working on it was a source of great satisfaction. It is also a special Christmas issue. We encourage you to read the article devoted to portraits of Polish highlanders by Bartłomiej Jurecki – that’s a fascinating story. We also recommend a conversation with Andrzej Dudek, a director of the Polish theatre in Limerick. A very interesting point of view at the fate of the Polish diaspora. In the issue you will also find a description of many traditions connected with Christmas in Poland, which is unique in many aspects. Of course, this is not all, as in this edition there are lots of other fascinating photographs and texts. Hereby, we would like to thank the authors of the photos for their openness and willingness to cooperate with our magazine. The time of Christmas is very special, also in Poland. On this occasion, we would like to wish you prosperity in life and a good New Year.

First edition, October 2017

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Welcome to the first issue of travel.lovePoland magazine. We have been running profile over two years now and further development should be just a natural consequence of it. Let’s start with a new free online magazine. we hope that it will be an interesting source of information about our country, especially for our friends from abroad. We would like the beauty of Poland to be presented through photographs to encourage you to get to know Poland better and to become an inspiration for your own research. We are especially grateful to the authors of the photographs for their cooperation at the first edition. Meet their creative works of art. This is an inspirational experience. Enjoy your reading. Cheers!

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