Taking Marcin Tobolski, Krzysztof Tobolski and Marcin Pietrucha seven years to complete, the models were constructed on a 1:50 scale with the trio working in close cooperation with historians to ensure accuracy.
Starting in 2015, Ireneusz Rolewski’s stunning end result is a painting that is 13 cm higher than Matejko's original, giving it massive dimensions of 440 cm high by 987 cm wide.
After making his find near the north-eastern town of Olsztyn, treasure hunter Aleksander Miedwiedew said that the sword, scabbard, belt and two knives were in ‘an extremely good state’, adding that in their day the artefacts would have been valuable items, equivalent to the price of a family car today.
The common bent-wing bat spotted in Rożnów Castle on the banks of the Dunajec river, is a Mediterranean bat species with a grey-brown coloration, slightly lighter on the abdominal side, with very long and narrow wings.
According to Dr. Szymon Dreja, director of the Museum of the Battle of Grunwald, the discovery of the battle axes at the site of the battle in northern Poland are an archaeological sensation, and there is little doubt that the axes come from what many historians say was the largest battle of the middle ages in Europe.
Poland's and Lithuania's top officials on Wednesday marked the anniversary of the 1410 Battle of Grunwald, in which Polish-Lithuanian forces defeated the German–Prussian Teutonic Knights.
Lithuanian President Gitanas Nauseda will visit Poland on July 15 to mark the anniversary of the 1410 Battle of Grunwald, in which Polish-Lithuanian forces defeated the German–Prussian Teutonic Knights, Polish presidential aide Krzysztof Szczerski said on Monday.
One of the largest battles in medieval Europe, and widely considered one of the most important victories in Polish and Lithuanian history, the 15th July 1410 conflict shifted the balance of power in Central and Eastern Europe and marked the rise of the Polish–Lithuanian union as the dominant political and military force in the region.
of the Kingdom of Poland and the Grand Duchy of Lithuania decisively defeated the German–Prussian Teutonic Knights. For the 21st time, enthusiast of history, knightly chivalry and medieval battles g
The battle carried a special significance for Poles during the 123-year period when the nation did not exist on any map.