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Andrzej Chyra, Paweł Mykietyn and Małgorzata Sikorska-Miszczuk. Photo: Agata Schreyner / Malta Festival press materials

The international jury has recognised the 12 most trend-setting European festivals of 2015 from a pool of 760 festivals from 31 countries. One of those awarded was Malta Festival in Poznań.

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Okrąglak, photo: Łukasz Cynalewski / AG

The architectural attempts of the dreaded communist regime, once brick-and-mortar symbols of injustice, now tend to be looked upon as vintage classics more and more often. Here's Culture.pl's list of 9 once-awkward communist behemoths that today are considered iconic.

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Located in the heart of Poznań, Stary Browar is a unique shopping centre that shows off a concept from founder Grażyna Kulczyk: her 50/50 principle. According to this idea, all her projects are half based on art, and half based on other elements. Stary Browar, a tastefully revitalized 19th-century brewery, is a place where art mixes in equal proportions with commerce.

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Poznan - the Hipster Underdog

If you've visited Kraków, Warsaw and Tricity, you may think that you are done with Poland's urban highlights. But you'd be wrong! Poland has a lot more to offer, as its turbulent history has resulted in a few more cities being just as interesting. One of them is Poznań – with its Ostrów Tumski, culture-oriented society, and captivating places.

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