A 25,000-year-old fragment from a flint arrowhead discovered in the remains of a mammoth bone, reveals for the first time how cavemen killed the Prehistoric beasts during the Ice Age.
One of the most significant movies in the history of cinematography, Steven Spielberg's seven-Oscar-winning film 'Schindler's List' will be rescreened 25 years after its premiere on January 27 - International Holocaust Remembrance Day.
On the 78th birthday of one of Poland’s most important female singers, TFN’s Jacek Borowski looks back at the career of Ewa Demarczyk and asks ‘Why did she disappear’?
January 15 marks the 150th anniversary of the birth of Stanisław Wyspiański.
Irish low-cost air carrier Ryanair has announced it is to add a sixth plane to its fleet at Kraków (southern Poland) Airport next summer and add six new connections from that location.
By the time the then relatively unknown Clarke Gable had made his second film, Pola Negri was already a global star.
Dating back to the middle-ages with the first known mention appearing in 1394, the Polish bagel has since gone on to be awarded the EU’s Protected Geographical Indication status. Now, sleek new carts will be used to sell them.
The tradition of making cribs dates back to the 14th century and shows no signs of waning.
Traditional Krakovian 'szopkas' or nativity scenes have been included on the prestigious UNESCO intangible cultural heritage list.
In 2009, when she was 101, Sister Cecylia Roszak was awarded the title of Righteous Among the Nations for her help in saving the lives of Jews during WWII. She passed away just eight months after celebrating her birthday.