Polish cities choke on nation’s addiction to coal

xxymena-0qPaVaHfGEk-hdDespite a city’s best intentions, national policies can often have the last word.

Krakow’s medieval UNESCO World Heritage sites and its stunning architectural palette of Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque churches and buildings has made it a tourist magnet among Europe’s travelling classes. In glaring contrast the city now has a less endearing title to deal with: Europe’s third most polluted air.

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