Poland's Office for Foreigners (UdSC) has prepared an information brochure presenting possible Brexit scenarios, and rules of stay for British citizens in Poland after March 29, that are based upon those scenarios.
More and more private homeowners are reaching for solar panels, while at the same time the country’s stock of solar farms is on the increase.
To mark International Women’s Day, TFN profiles some pioneering women who are shaping, redefining and transforming the country’s food and drink industry.
The Great Orchestra of Christmas Charity (WOŚP) raised nearly PLN 176 mln (EUR 40.7 mln) during its 27th nation-wide Grand Finale for purchases of medical equipment for children's hospital, WOŚP leader Jerzy Owsiak said on Friday.
On the occasion of International Women’s Day, TFN looks back at some our favourite ladies and their stories we covered.
After travelling around Asia, Tom Diserens decided to explore his Polish roots so moved to Warsaw where he started a master’s degree in environmental management at Warsaw University. It was during that time that the seed of his fascination with wolves was sown.
Only the second Polish woman to receive the honour, the other being journalist Martyna Wojciechowska, Iwona Blecharczyk now joins a long list of iconic names which include Frida Kahlo, Amelia Earhart and Naomi Osaka.
The find in southern Poland appears to challenge existing beliefs about how the Neanderthals used open spaces. Scientists thought that Neanderthals living outside caves rarely settled there for long, at least not until later, alongside homo sapiens. For this reason, they rarely left behind larger numbers of tools.
From saving lives to witnessing history in motion, the trees, which each have their own story to tell, were chosen from among 50 candidates.
The discovery by Piotr Koper at a palace in the village of Struga is one of the most valuable in the region as nowhere have so many 16th-century paintings survived intact.