Planting Polish Roots in Vienna

From the outlook on Kahlenberg, most people look down over the Vienna skyline, picking out buildings they recognize and admiring the majestic view. Poles do that as well, but they see more.

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Katarzyna Makusz
Katarzyna was raised in Warsaw, moved to Vienna for university and to Madrid to fulfill one more of her dreams. A major in Mass Media and Communication Studies, she’s finishing her second degree in Transcultural Communication. When she’s not chasing stories, you can find her chatting over a cup of coffee, dancing salsa and bachata or planning her next journey.

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