Saturday, 18 November 2017

Masurian Miss World 2017



Masurian girl born in Mikołajki: Magdalena Bieńkowska, is the most important Polish person in China today. There’s Miss World competition taking place in Sanya. Magdalena Bieńkowska, as the Miss Poland, takes part in that event. We say she looks like Natalie Portman, one of the best and most beautiful actresses in the world, so she is more than ready to win Miss World 2017 🤞🏻 You can watch online stream: LIVE... Enjoy!! 🇵🇱

Friday, 17 November 2017

Warmian-Masurian Congress for the Future



Quite specific event took place yesterday in Kortowo, the academic district in Olsztyn. Almost everything about the future coming to northeastern Poland was mentioned during panels and workshops at Warmian-Masurian University. Health, science, entrepreneurship, innovations, technologies and education decide today how the shape of tomorrow looks like. Good idea with such an agenda for the future. We like all ideas bringing even brighter days for all! Details: Radio Olsztyn

Tuesday, 14 November 2017

14th November



Our family in London unexpectedly surprised today: the Polish Radio Olsztyn reminds that exactly 95 years ago the BBC began daily radio broadcasts. It was 14th November 1922. What's also interesting, 50 years later - on 14th November 1972, one of the most famous Polish singers - Edyta Górniak, was born. She is 45 today. Congrats to all then!

Saturday, 11 November 2017

Masurian apple tree for iPhone



Another unique wallpaper for your iPhone by our Masurian friend, Maria Olszowska from Mrągowo. You must know, there’s a lot of very strong winds this autumn in entire Europe. But have a look at this Masurian apple tree. Apples still on! It can be an result Masurian nature is a pure oasis in the EU. Trees are strong and healthy, so enjoy the view! 🍏

Friday, 10 November 2017

Niegocin for iPhone



An unique wallpaper for your iPhone 8 from our Masurian friend, Mrs. Maria Olszowska. She took a picture of the Lake Niegocin and our Roman, who’s using iPhone 8, turned it into something nice for your mobile. Enjoy! This lake in Masuria is one of the most popular ones. Gizycko is located by Niegocin, one of the most charming towns in northeastern Poland.

Thursday, 9 November 2017

Smog-free Olsztyn



Olsztyn is going to provide an access to the information about quality of air you breathe with in Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship’s capital city. Live updates and forecasts concerning level of pollution will be available online. A network of 30 readers is planned. They will cover entire Olsztyn. Info via Wyborcza.

Tuesday, 7 November 2017

Ladybirds and Masurian apples



Polish famous singer of '60s & '70s - Kasia Sobczyk, used to sing about lovely ladybirds wearing nice polka dots. Ladybirds are very helpful beetles we love in Masuria due to their positive role in Masurian ecosystem. We've got also a lot of crab apple trees in Masuria. They are very native to this part of Poland. Their fruits - all those little red apples, are quite sour but also very healthy. Home-made marmolade made of them is delicious. Ladybirds and crab apples make Masuria even more beautiful not only in summer.

Author: Maria Olszowska, Masuria 2017

Monday, 6 November 2017

A walk in autumn



A bit of cloudy weekend for you. Isn’t autumn in Masuria beautiful even when we experience no bright Sun in the sky for a while? Enjoy pictures taken while a walk across the forest. A pond met by the way ought to have some good name. Today’s systems of maps are precise enough to let us name democratically what we like in our favourite area!

Saturday, 4 November 2017

Stomil in Przegląd



Przegląd Sportowy was our Roman’s father favourite newspaper. He used to read it as a huge football fan. Now they write about our Stomil Olsztyn’s first away win in this season: more... Boys from Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship’s capital city won 3:1 in Mielec over the Stal. Congrats, everything’s possible when we do know we do a good job! ⚽️💙

Thursday, 2 November 2017

Old Masurian cemeteries



Beautiful pictures of old Masurian cemeteries from our Mrągowo’s friend - Mrs. Maria Olszowska. Masuria & Warmian-Masurian never forget about people from the past, who are resting in peace now.