The piece of art is one of a four murals found across Poland, created to honour four pioneering Polish women.
The candle, which was found by a Polish man whose father had taken it from the synagogue and who planned on returning it to the Jewish community after the war, has now been handed over to the International Shem Olam Centre, a group dedicated to researching the Holocaust.
Caritas Polska has given assistance to more than 8,700 Syrian families, implemented 150 economic projects and funded scholarships for 200 students from Aleppo, the charity organisation has informed PAP.
Some 235,600 work permit were issued last year to foreigners in Poland, with the number expected to be higher this year. The figure is almost twice that of 2016 with 81.7 percent of permits going to Ukrainians.
The oldest Christmas carol in Poland dates back to 1424 and was called Zdrów Bądź, Królu Anjelski (Praised Be, Lord of Angels). Since then the tradition has thrived, with one carol, Bóg Się Rodzi (God is Born) almost becoming Poland’s national anthem in 1792.
Produced between 1957 and 1983, the latter 10 years saw the Syrena beoing manufactured in Bielsko-Biała.
Come Christmas churches display beautiful nativity scenes as part of tradition that goes back centuries.
An organisation is making sure foreigners don’t feel alone over Christmas by getting people to invite them in for Christmas Eve.
Town builds gingerbread replica honour of its baking heritage.
Built from brown Lego blocks, with an ornate front, the wardrobe is 28.8 cm wide, 30.5 cm high and 5.2 cm deep. Dr Paweł Koniak says that he modelled it on the illustrations in “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe” and on the elaborate wooden Gdańsk wardrobes built in the 16th to 18th Centuries.