Author: Eric Nesbitt

Warsaw’s Old Town District

While I was on study abroad in Warsaw, Poland, the place I visited most behind the Palace of Culture and Science, where I had classes every day, was Old Town. Why? Simply put, a trip to Old Town in Warsaw is like taking a journey back in time. It is the gem of the city […]

Study Abroad in Warsaw, Poland: Favorite Pictures

SRAS student Eric Nesbitt studied with the Security and Society in the Information Age program in Warsaw, Poland, hosted at Collegium Civitas. Below are some of his favorite photos of memories of his time spent abroad. Share this…FacebookTwitterLinkedinVKStumbleUponemailPrint

A Visit to the Copernicus Science Center, Warsaw

One of the last things I did before wrapping up my semester in Warsaw, Poland was pay a visit to the Copernicus Science Center. In this article I will share some background on the center, talk about my visit and what I learned, and finally share some photos from this sweet place! Background The science […]

A Visit to the Neon Museum, Warsaw

Neon signs first began to populate Warsaw’s streets in the inter-war years when The Second Polish Republic was, briefly, an independent state. WWII destroyed most of Warsaw and nearly all of its then-popular neon signs. The Communists maintained control of the country and officially frowned on the decorative advertisings. Although old town was rebuilt nearly […]

Best Pierogi in Warsaw

What’s the best way to warm up and spend a free evening in Warsaw? In my opinion, nothing is better than finding a small pierogarnia (pierogi restaurant) and sitting down to a plate of delicious pierogi, hot beer, and good company. Poland and pierogi are practically synonymous – and for good reason. Pierogi, often rendered […]

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