The chain of the Order of the White Eagle is set to be used by Poland's head of state for the first time since the 1930s.
Last worn in 1939, the Chain of the Order of the White Eagle is Poland’s oldest and most important gong, awarded for outstanding civil and military service for Poland, in both peace time and war.
The ‘destruction inventory’ map made between 1945-46 and now available online, provides viewers with a disturbing record of how the capital looked when the guns fell silent in 1945.
Poland's National Council of the Judiciary (KRS) celebrated its 30th anniversary during a Tuesday ceremony held at the Royal Castle in Warsaw. Polish President Andrzej wrote a letter on the occasion, read out by his aide Andrzej Dera at the event.
The new exhibition entitled ‘The World of the Polish Vasas’ is the crowning finale to the Castle’s Year of the Vasas, which celebrates 400 years since the first king of that dynasty put the finishing touches to the Royal Castle in the five-sided form in which it exists today.
The masterpiece 'The Girl in the Picture Frame' shows off all the artistic skills of the famed painter.
Roses of all colours and shapes bedazzle one of the gardens at an exhibition at Warsaw’s Royal Castle.
Small in size but big in significance, the city has gained a compact yet impressive modernist garden with Baroque elements at the foot of the Old Town embankment connecting it to the river.
On Poland's Constitution Day on Friday, President Andrzej Duda conferred the Order of the White Eagle, the highest Polish distinction, upon three Poles for their outstanding service to the country. The ceremony was held at the Royal Castle in Warsaw.
After receiving a tip off, the director of Warsaw’s Royal Castle ditched his plans to buy the china and instead tracked down the portrait of controversial king Augustus III before he had been crowned. The purchase fills an important gap in the castle’s collection as it is the only portrait for which the young Saxon aristocrat sat.