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Hello! I'm starting a new series on my blog, focused on Polish and German music. Hope you'll enjoy it! POLGER music #1

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Hello! Today I’m starting another new series on my blog, entirely focused on Polish and German music. I do listen to them quite a lot and I have a few of my favorites I’d like to share with you. Two different songs every time. 🙂 Let’s start with a song…
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Welcome back! It seems like I haven’t been here for a while and I’m definitely not proud of it. But I do believe that sometimes you just have to take a step back, have a moment for yourself and come back stronger and better. So here I am with my new…
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Originally posted on Fabulous Fusions: Geographically, Poland has (almost) everything: sea (Baltic Sea) many mountain ranges (including e.g. the Carpathian Mountains and the Sudetes) lakes (famous Masurian Lake District) forests (23 National Parks and 121…
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Hi guys! Recently I haven’t been blogging much, you have to forgive me! I’ve been very busy with my exams and when I finally had some free time, I went on a short trip to Munich. Now I feel I should recompense you for all the time I wasn’t here and share…
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The great Austrian philosopher once said: “The borders of my language are the borders of my world” and initially we can’t think that it’s different. The more languages we speak, the more countries we’re able to visit and the more people and their…
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Today I want to show you a very distinct boundary on the bridge. It looks a bit hilarious, something like “hey, look here, I’m better” 😀 I prepared three different photos, all of them were taken in Germany because this part of the bridge seems more…
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The first thing which shocked me the most when I was walking around Frankfurt (Oder) was that they don’t have many pedestrian crossings. I know Berlin like the back of my hand and I never noticed such a situation, sometimes I’d even say in Berlin there…
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