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A new online project brings the Drohobycz of Polish-Jewish writer Bruno Schulz back to life through reimagined immersive soundscapes and narratives.
The collection of nearly 4,000 films includes 160 feature films, 71 documentaries, 474 animated films, and 10 feature length animations.
The percentage of Poles buying online has grown by 4 percentage points in 2021 against 2020, to 77 percent of the population, a report by research and technology firm Gemius shows.
More jobs today are offered online than before the Covid-19 pandemic, a survey for July has shown.
Fifty seven percent of Poles prefer to shop online, 21 percent of them buying on the web more than once a week, a survey by the ARC Rynek i Opinia pollster has shown.
Published by the Auschwitz Museum, the presentation of text, photographs, charts, maps and graphics tells readers about how the Germans set out to murder the town’s Jews, expel the remaining Poles and turn the town into a city built specially for the SS – ‘Musterstadt Auschwitz.
With livestream online sales becoming the new norm, a Warsaw firm is looking to help both big and small businesses take their products directly to the customers’ virtual door.
The rapid growth of the company which was only founded in 2018 and now boast over 4 million earners and over 10,000 advertisers operating across 17 languages has been fuelled by the COVID lockdown and increasing automation of jobs.
The fragments offer precious examples of the capital’s architecture over the centuries through details from door handles to tiles.