Soldiers and fire-fighters have taken part in an operation to neutralise golden algae in the Gliwice Canal in southern Poland, the environment minister has said.
With Night of the Museums falling tomorrow evening, Webber presents his curated choice of some of Poland’s most unusual sightseeing attractions…
Whilst an onsite museum already exists, the one that is planned envisions the birth of an institution that will become one of the most valued thematical exhibitions in Poland.
The Stellantis factory in Tychy has begun regular production of the Jeep Avenger, the first Jeep SUV to be produced in Poland, the automotive company announced on Monday.
The 31st Great Orchestra of Christmas charity (WOSP) finale in Warsaw brought to an end several weeks of countrywide fund-raising by WOSP volunteers, who collected donations for specialized medical equipment, mainly for children's hospitals.
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Silesian police, along with their Austrian counterparts, have arrested five Poles in Austria for smuggling drugs and seized more than 50 kilograms of marijuana with a black market value of more than PLN 2 million (EUR 424,000).
Having been first decapitated, the skulls in Gliwice had been placed between the victims’ legs leading some to speculate that they had belonged to people suspected of being vampires.
Jacek and Kasia Anyszkiewicz from Gliwice have been flooded with praise on social media, with their ‘art creatures’ fetching up to $300 (1,280 zł) per piece.