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Piotr Pogon on Kilimanjaro, photo: K. Likus

He has 94 scars on his body from operations. He survived being clinically dead. He was homeless. He lost those close to him. Nevertheless, he never stopped enjoying life and fighting for every minute of it.

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Pikachu towering over Old Town Square in Warsaw, photo edited by MD

Pokémon GO is both the most popular and the most mocked game of 2016. To discover its vices and virtues, Culture.pl sent its reporter on a week-long Pokémon hunt and the results were more than surprising.

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Temat Rzeka, photo courtesy of the owners

Hipsters, as well as almost everybody else, change their habits when it is getting hot, and instead of hanging around in the city centre or Praga, they go to the riverside to party in one of many temporary venues and relax in the ultimately casual atmosphere.

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The numbers don’t lie ‒ in recent years Poland has become one of the best European countries to invest in. Want to do business with Poles? Culture.pl presents the one and only definitive guide to Polish business etiquette.

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They called her a witch, because she chatted with animals and owned a terrorist-crow, who stole gold and attacked bicycle riders. A lynx slept in her bed, and a tamed boar lived under the same roof with her. Simona Kossak was a scientist, ecologist and the author of award-winning films, as well as an activist who fought to protect Europe’s oldest forest.

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