Ludwik Jaszczur, who was originally from the village of Blizne in Podkarpacie, died on Monday at his home in Edinburgh, Scotland.
Published online this week, and already endorsed by the food writer Tom Parker-Bowles (son of the Queen consort), Damian Wawrzyniak’s Top 10 was created in response to what he sees as a gap in the market and a desire to publicise ethnic restaurants that have often gone under-the-radar.
The rare 1810 square piano by Felix Yaniewicz was the subject of a successful £6,000 online fundraising campaign to bring it back to the city he chose to make his home and tell his story to a wider audience.
Josie Dixon had little idea that her great-great-great-great grandfather Felix Yaniewicz was one of the 19th century’s most notable composers until a chance conversation about a Stradivarius violin led her on a path of discovery.
TFN’s John Beauchamp explores the intriguing family connections between The Duke of Edinburgh and Poland.
The Edinburgh bar released a teaser video on social media featuring symbols from the video game with the caption “Toss a coin for another sneak peek! Blood, Wine & Monsters” and hashtags including #comingsoon and #witcher, prompting a wave of excitement among fans.
A partnership agreement between Krakow, southern Poland, and Edinburgh, the Scottish capital, was extended at a ceremony which took place in the latter city during the two-day #KrakowExperience festival, the Polish embassy in London announced on Sunday.
Maczek led a Polish armoured division in the battles of Western Europe but after the war worked as a barman.
The film, which will take 30 animators a year to draw, is expected to premiere on the 75th anniversary of Victory in Europe Day on 8 May 2020.