Despite the continued lockdown in Poland due to the coronavirus, there is still an appetite for art, with turnover on the market increasing by 23 percent to reach an eye-watering 64.4 million PLN in the first three months of this year.
They may have had to cancel their “huge Turkish wedding” but the couple will still celebrate the day.
With his unconventional, intelligent command and axiom "A Polish soldier fights for the freedom of all nations, but dies only for Poland" General Stanisław Maczek’s soldiers spearheaded the Allied drive through Western Europe, playing a key role in the liberation of France, Belgium and Holland. Using dramatized scenes, the new documentary follows his path through Ukraine, Poland, France, the Netherlands and finally Scotland, where after the war he ended up working as a hotel barman.
Fifty thousand people visited Poland's Auschwitz Museum in March thanks to virtual online visits, the former Nazi German death camp's authorities announced on Twitter on Thursday.
The Wrocław firms are providing local orphanages with computers so that children there can participate in online lessons while schools in Poland remain closed due to the coronavirus.
The full film programme, KFF Industry events and a lot of special offers will be available online for the audiences all over Poland!
GovTech Polska, the Polish government's technology agency, has launched a virtual edition of the largest stationary hackathon in Europe, HackYeah Online, with the aim of combatting the effects of the coronavirus epidemic, GovTech Polska has said.
With the arrival of coronavirus having a profound effect on all of our lives, it’s reassuring to note that there is some light in the darkness.
Taking to the internet can help keep theatres alive and provide museums with an opportunity to reach out to new audiences.
Launched just five years ago, BLIK now has around eight transactions every second which is set to increase dramatically following its partnership with Dutch payment provider Adyen.