Poland in pictures

      Eye on Poland

    • Katarzyna Biniek captured this image of a spectacular light show at a fountain in central Wroclaw during her time as a student in the city. Wroclaw is known as Poland's "little Venice," she says, and "captures the modern, fun face" of the country.

      From stunning light shows to the natural wonders of the country, take a look at your best shots from Poland.
    • Once just a cassock, a cross and a chalice was all that was needed to equip a church, now the world of liturgical accessories is a big business.
    • Poland may be sitting on a vast, but controversial, natural resource that could make it energy independent.
    • A small Polish wild horse that was used in Nazi experiments has become the center of wetland regeneration efforts across Europe.
    • How many bison roam free in Poland and what percentage of the population are Catholic? All will be revealed.
    • To create the future of Polish cuisine, chef Wojciech Amaro looked to the 16th century for inspiration.
    • From castles and primeval forest to medieval cathedrals get a pictorial history of the country.