This week, we left Berlin for the #52weeksofburgers challenge and explored Poland in the lovely city of Poznań. Since we cannot miss the chance to taste a different view on burgers, we looked for one that seemed kind enough and found Fat Bob Burger.Read More »Fat Bob Burger: delicious burgers in Poznan
Before we went to Poznan for the first time, all the way back in 2014, we didn’t know much about the city. We did our research before visiting it but our vision of Poland was more focused on Warsaw than Poznan, and we realized our mistake when we started walking around the streets and seeing all the historical places to visit in Poznan.
Fort VII, officially known as Konzentrationslager Posen, was a Nazi concentration camp in Poznan during the Second World War and the occupation of Poland.
Since nobody knows for sure, there are different estimates about how many people died between the walls of the 19th-century fort surrounding the city. Between 4.500 and 20.000 people were killed while at Konzentrationslager Posen, and we spent an afternoon there exploring the place.Read More »Fort VII: visiting the Konzentrationslager Posen in Poznan
Once we decided to spend a few days in Poznan, I started researching what would I want to do there. The first thing that popped on my radar was the Park Cytadela. This large park stands where the Fort Winiary used to be. This fort was Festung Posen’s main structure and this is where things start to be historically interesting for me.
Read More »Exploring Poznan: Park Cytadela
Stary Browar, in English Old Brewery, is an art, business, and shopping center in Poznan. The place is a mixture of retail space and an art gallery based on the 50/50 concept created by Grazyna Kulczyk.
This way, 50% of Stary Browar should be used as an Art Space and 50% as a typical shopping center. This way, you can experience art in everyday situations.