Pages tagged with Poland

Before the 1970s the Poland soccer team had made little impact in the FIFA World Cup. Only once had they qualified, and they had played just the one World Cup game. With Górski as head coach a new golden era emerged from 1972 up to the 1980s.
Bobby Flay Knows what Pittsburgher's know, so he featured Pierogies Plus on FoodNation. In fact, the studies show that these little packages of heaven are eaten eleven times more in Pittsburgh than anywhere else in the United States. Even Pittsburgh’s own Pirate’s baseball team ho...
If you check my 5 or 6 recent articles, they have been centered on my excitement on graduating from the medical school and becoming a Doctor. Now, I just want to summarize briefly my stay in Ukraine for the past 6 years.
An unexpected invitation led to a travel opportunity to Poland
Kenya’s Japheth Korir wins Senior Men’s World Cross County Championships title in Poland.
A look into the history of the Beigel, and in what different forms it comes in
The Italians are going into the Euro 2012 with their tails behind their legs, as their loss against the USA will still be fresh in their minds. They have a lot of work to do in the central defense, but can the magic feet of Balotelli make up the difference?
Warsaw is the capital city of Poland. It is situated on the banks of the Vistula River.
The city of Cracow is one of the oldest cities in the country of Poland. This city was not very much damaged during the World War II.
For many historians and sociologists, there are no better examples of humankind’s accomplishments than the towns and cities they build. Reflective of not only the technological advances of the time, towns and cities provide artifactual evidence of a culture’s values, worldview, a...
Bantam is a famous exhibition chicken whose has beautiful feather.
Joseph Stalin ruled The Soviet Union with an iron fist from 1924 until his death in 1953. The exact circumstances of his death have never been decided. This is an account of how it might have happened.
Personal experiences of a child brought up during WWII
In Poznan, a city with about 500,000 residents of this small mosque in fact there. The festive Hari Raya Idul Fitri 1 Syawal 1431 Hijra, not visible at all in Poznan, Poland.
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