The Polish city of Wroclaw has undergone a radical transformation in the years since its massive destruction in World War Two. Now its residence can celebrate its revival as a culture magnet.
Dorota and Mariusz Szlachcic are architects in the Polish city of Wrocław. They now live in a dream-home that they designed themselves -- in a park that's just 15 minutes from the historical city center.
Famous abroad for both its Christmas market and its past as the site of Nazi rallies and Nazi war trials, Nuremberg is now vying to become a European Capital of Culture. It's one of several German cities to bid.
The country already has some of Europe's most restrictive abortion laws, but the ruling PiS party wants to tighten them further. The EU human rights head has warned this would put Poland at odds with international law.
Three German co-productions are among the nominees for the 29th European Film Awards. Winners will be announced at a ceremony in Wroclaw, Poland on Saturday, December 10.
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