On the 75th anniversary of his birth, TFN takes a look at the work of Igor Mitoraj and his fondness for pieces of human anatomy which possessed a striking modernity far removed from the mythology and legends of ancient Greece and Rome he reflected in his work.
Dawid Kubacki of Poland won the World Cup Men's Individual Large Hill ski jumping competition in Predazzo, Italy, on Sunday.
UFI Filters, a Italian automotive manufacturer, has opened a factory in Opole (western Poland), the office of Wałbrzych Special Economic Zone has announced, adding that the value of the investment was PLN 42 million (EUR 9.76 million).
Maryna Gąsienica-Daniel fights off dozens of rivals for career-defining win.
As Rome risks a potential standoff with the EU after vowing to stick to its high-spending budget plans, PM Mateusz Morawiecki told PAP in an exclusive interview that as the Italian government had been elected on certain promises it was “essential to allow these promises to be fulfilled.”
He may be 70 years old but Henryk Synoracki remains a force to be reckoned with in the dangerous world of powerboat racing.
Today defence and interior ministers together with 30 elderly veterans of the Battle of Monte Cassino are in Italy visiting the ancient hilltop monastery south of Rome and the adjacent Polish military cemetery where the victims of the 1944 battle lie.
"Zagubione Dusze" by Olga Tokarczuk and Joanna Concejo and "Wytwornik gora!" by Magdalena Matoso have received the Bologna Ragazzi Award during world's largest children's book fair in Bologna, the Polish Book Institute announced.
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