Mateusz Morawiecki, the Polish prime minister, has criticised the demolition of a monument in Belarus that commemorated Polish WWII underground soldiers.
Awarded only to those places deemed to have a “supra-regional significance, and high historical and artistic values”, the distinction was handed out to: “preserve a building which is an exceptional example of the public architecture of the inter-war period and a symbol of the martyrdom of the Polish nation”.
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Irakli Garibashvili, the prime minister of Georgia, has praised Poland's support for his country and Ukraine in their struggles against Russian aggression.
Featuring a subterranean dance floor for jazz fans, a cocktail bar, international press, and a first floor terrace that would allow guests to enjoy the summer breeze blowing in from the riverfront, it became a place of legend, with its sumptuous marble and chrome interiors attracting the city’s A-list.
Poland has honoured a Pole and a Hungarian who together saved thousands of Jews from the Holocaust in Hungary during World War Two.
A monument dedicated to the Polish victims of German Nazi occupation during World War Two will be built in the German capital, Poland's deputy foreign Minister announced on Wednesday.
Award-winning composer and musician Piotr Wróbel has spent the last month cycling from Warsaw to Gdańsk and searching out ‘taken-for-granted’ statues to pose with his tuba-like instrument and raise money for dogs with cancer or other diseases, or which have been injured in traffic accidents or mistreated by their owners.
Titled ‘Such A Landscape’, the exhibition features around 60 works between 1999 and 2021, and represent his first major exhibition in Poland since 2007.
Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya, the exiled Belarusian opposition leader, will unveil a monument in Warsaw honouring Poland's first partially-free elections of 1989, which paved the way to democracy.