These wonderful photos of Poland capture images of castles, culture, and cities across the country.
These photos of Poland illustrate aspects of Polish culture, including holidays, food, and folk crafts.
Old Town Warsaw is compact and charming. The remains of its defensive walls recall a time when Warsaw was much smaller than it is today. Reconstructed after almost total devastation in WWII, touring Warsaw will bring visitors closer to the history of the Polish capital city.
This photo gallery is the first of two that show images of Poland's many castles. Ciechanow Castle is depicted on the left.
This photo gallery is the second of two that show images of Poland's castles. Reszel Castle is depicted on the left.
More photos of Poland's castles, some in ruins, are featured in this gallery. The photo on the left represents Checiny Castle.
Easter is celebrated for over a week in Poland, and from Palm Sunday to Easter Monday, Poles enjoy holiday-related traditions and spend time with family. Easter in Poland is an opportunity to celebrate spring as much as it is to participate in religious observations.
Traditional dress from Poland is decorated with colorful embroidery and other adornments. This gallery of photos of Polish folk costumes shows the wide array of variation that can occur in Poland's traditional dress.
During Christmas, Poland's cities are decorated with lights, trees, and fir boughs. These decorations showcase Old Towns and market squares to their full advantage.