October 23, 2018

Rebuilding Poland's traditional architecture

Martina MarkotaRebel Contributor

During our trip to Poland, we discovered the rising conservatism among young people and brought you the real stories about this country's complex past. One day, former MP Krzysztof Bosak took us to a stunning 100-year-old building in Warsaw.

Krzysztof took the time to explain the building and talk to me more about how Poland's traditional architecture was destroyed during World War Two, and what the country is doing to rebuild.

It's a shame to see the great beauty of Europe destroyed in Poland, but also nice to see that old styles are appearing in modern construction across the continent.

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