The historic station of Boguszów-Gorce Zachód, just 1km west of the legendary Gold Train town of Wałbrych in Lower Silesia and close to the stunning Książ Castle, has undergone a major transformation to reclaim its former colour scheme as well as gain some delightful new features.
Addressing a session marking the the 30th anniversary of the Warsaw Stock Exchange, President Andrzej Duda said that it was now the largest one in Eastern Europe.
The president of the Warsaw Stock Exchange (WSE) has praised the rapid progress the exchange has made since it opened for business on April 16, 1991.
The president of PKN Orlen has said there will be no layoffs and political interference at a publishing house the state-owned fuel giant has recently acquired.
Based on the so-called third wave of artificial intelligence, the innovative combination of both machine learning and reasoning distinguishes Samurai Lab’s technology from existing competition and allows it to independently distinguish genuine cyber-violence with far greater accuracy than others.
The Polish government has allocated over PLN 204 billion (EUR 44.8 billion) under anti-crisis financial aid packages to protect jobs, a gov't spokesman has said.
Originally opened in 1911, Café Berg was where locals would flock to drink beer, coffee and goat’s milk whilst enjoying concerts and views gazing down on gondoliers in the summer and ice skaters in the winter.
The underwater stretch of the Baltic Pipe gasline to link Norway's gasbeds with Denmark and Poland could be completed this year, weather permitting, a government official said on Thursday.
Tourism in Poland in February was down 73 percent year on year, with an 89.5 percent drop in foreign tourist traffic and a 69.4 percent fall in domestic tourism, the Central Statistical office (GUS) reported on Thursday.
Poland's annual consumer inflation hit 3.2 percent in March, matching the earlier flash estimate, the Central Statistical Office (GUS) said on Thursday.