The ‘Pietas Domini’ gothic altar painting from 1435, known as the Throne of Grace, hung in Gdańsk’s St. Mary's Basilica until May 1942, when German art conservators dismantled it and took it deep into Nazi Germany.
An escape from the tat-shops targeting Kraków’s tourists, the cat museum offers visitors a wealth of feline delights.
Allowing visitors to zap, play and blast to their hearts’ contents the computer museum is like no other in Warsaw.
Nikifor Krynicki helped bring to the world the naïve painting style but spent much of his life in obscurity and poverty.
Nearly 1.86 million tourists visited the Wieliczka salt mine outside the southern Polish city of Krakow in 2019, up 7 percent on the previous year, the mine's president, Zbigniew Zarebski, has told PAP.
Posting that the insignia along with other valuables “will be returned for a price”, the gang added “we will not negotiate....You will not find us, don’t bother.” The Dark Web warning comes after the haul worth an estimated 1 billion euros was snatched during a daring raid from the Green Vault museum in Dresden last November.
The newly renovated Villa Koliba (meaning shepherd’s hut in the Tatra Gorals dialect) is the first building constructed in the design conceived by artist Stanisław Witkiewicz as a Polish national architectural style.
Names of over 60 percent of the 400,000 prisoners registered in the former Nazi German death camp Auschwitz have been established, announced the Auschwitz Museum on Friday. Work on the database is being carried out by the memorial site's digital repository.
The Czartoryski Princes Museum’s 21 exhibition rooms will feature only items from the Czartoryski collection, the largest and most valuable Polish collection, which is a national treasure and the cradle of Polish museology.
The Gliwice Museum in Gliwice, southern Poland, has been nominated for the European Museum of the Year (EMYA) award for its Upper-Silesian Jewish Remembrance House project, the museum said on Tuesday.