The third woman in the world and first European to reach the peak of Mount Everest, the exhibition entitled ‘Passion, hardship and a love for the mountains – Wanda Rutkiewicz on unknown photographs’ presents previously unpublished photos held in the Polish Press Agency’s archives.
How Poland celebrated Christmas in the 1960s and 1970s is the subject of a fascinating new exhibition organised by the Polish Press Agency (PAP).
Organised by the Polish Press Agency (PAP), the first showing of the photos from the collection of Warsaw photographer Marian Leśniewski, took place in October 2021 during the 590 Congress in Warsaw.
For over 100 years, Polish Press Agency’s photographers have immortalised the most important social, political, cultural and sporting events in Poland and around the world.
With its boot at the front and engine at the back, the car officially known as the Fiat 126p quickly became a favourite for those struggling under communist rationing. Years later it would become an iconic collectors’ piece, sought after by, among others, Hollywood actor Tom Hanks.
TFN visited FSO Syrena to find out how a car from 1955 is the inspiration behind a brand-new new electric vehicle.
TFN’s Alex Webber goes behind the scenes of two of Warsaw’s primary donut joints to find out what all the fuss is about. Six hours and 60 donuts later, he began to understand.