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Zbyszko Siemaszko, a water seller outside Staszic Palace on Nowy Świat street, between 1960 and 1970, photo: National Digital Archives (NAC) - photo 6

Zbyszko Siemaszko, pedestrians on Plac Zbawiciela, between 1961 and 1969, photo: National Digital Archives (NAC) - photo 4

Zbyszko Siemaszko, construction of the PKO Rotunda and part of Universal Tower on the corner of Aleje Jerozolimskie and Marszałkowska Street, between 1962 and 1963, photo: National Digital Archives (NAC) - photo 16

Folk Architecture (Poland). 'If the word ‘skansen’, referring to an open-air museum of folk architecture, isn’t a regular part of your vocabulary yet, it will be after your trip to Poland. These great gardens of log cabins and timbered chalets make for a wonderful ramble and are a testament to centuries of peasant life in Poland. You’ll find what’s reputed to be the country’s biggest skansen in Sanok.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/poland/sanok/sights/museum/museum-folk-architecture

Nightlife in Kazimierz (Poland). 'Once a lively blend of both Jewish and Christian cultures, the western half of Kazimierz has in recent years become one of Kraków’s nightlife hubs. Hidden among its narrow streets and distressed facades are numerous small bars, ranging from grungy to glamorous.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/poland/malopolska/krakow