Born and raised in Upper Silesia, Michał Łuczak has spent most of his life in one of Poland’s densest mining regions. The nearly 100-year-old house where he and his family currently live is slowly being tilted as an effect of long-term exploitation of the coal beds. In some areas of the adjoining forest, the subsidence of the soil and the...
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