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.
An institution in the city, members of the Garzyński family has been behind the lens since Poland regained its independence.
Workshops, tours and exhibitions are among the attractions of the "Admission-free November at Royal Residences" campaign, which will last from November 2 to 30.
Kraków Airport, the second biggest airport in Poland, has put 10 new destinations on its winter schedule as of Sunday. In total, 20 carriers operating from the airport will offer 100 connections.
UNESCO's Evaluation Body has issued a positive recommendation for the inclusion of traditional Krakovian 'szopki' or nativity scenes on the prestigious UNESCO intangible cultural heritage list.
In conversation with TFN, the U.S. Consul said that his main goal is to increase American investment in south Poland, increase tolerance among members of all faiths, and says that Poland can rely on the U.S. as part of the NATO alliance.