Funded by King Władysław Jagiełło, the medieval ruler of Lithuania and Poland, and painted by a small group of masters, the polychromes were completed in 1418.
One of this year’s highlights comes from the French group Cirque Inextremiste who will perform their award-winning show ‘EXIT’, an utterly bonkers acrobatic piece about a group of patients attempting to escape from hospital with the aid of a hot air balloon.
Archaeologists have discovered traces of an early Middle Ages cemetery during excavation work close to Old Town in Lublin, eastern Poland.
The 9th Magicians Carnival begins in Lublin (eastern Poland) on Thursday, and will feature over 200 performances and shows by artists of the new circus movement - from jugglers to acrobats - in the city's streets and squares.
Twelve towns in the Lublin region of eastern Poland, which were written about by Nobel Prize winner Izaak Baszewis Singer, will be visited by artists and performers from around the world during the eighth 'Following I.B. Singer's Traces' festival, which starts on Monday.
While it’s easy to think of Lublin as a place trapped in a quaint world of its own, signs are emerging of its ambition and foresight.
Residents of the eastern Polish city of Lublin commemorated the 1942 liquidation of its Jewish ghetto on Saturday by walking the route along which the Germans led Jews to a local railway siding, from where they were deported to the Belzec German death camp.