The Polish northern city of Gdynia has become Poland's first member of the UNESCO Global Network of Learning Cities.
At the 43rd Session of the UNESCO World Heritage Committee, being held in Baku, Azerbaijan, Poland's Krzemionki prehistoric striped flint mining region was inscribed on UNESCO's World Heritage Site List.
The Roztocze range of hills in east-central Poland and western Ukraine has been named a Biosphere Reserve by the UNESCO’s International Co-ordinating Council of the Man and the Biosphere (MAB), which met in Paris on June 17-21.
Bookworms of the world unite in the Polish city that wants to cement its position as a global literary powerhouse.
A seat of power for the Romans and according to myth the birthplace of the goddess Aphrodite, for over 50 years Polish archaeologists have been digging up untold treasures – and they haven’t finished yet.
The tradition of making cribs dates back to the 14th century and shows no signs of waning.
Six Polish female researchers were awarded a stipend for women in science on Wednesday by L'Oreal and UNESCO. "The role of women in science is indispensable," said Deputy Science Minister Piotr Mueller.
UNESCO's Evaluation Body has issued a positive recommendation for the inclusion of traditional Krakovian 'szopki' or nativity scenes on the prestigious UNESCO intangible cultural heritage list.
Poland has joined the UNESCO Intergovernmental Committee for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage, the Culture Ministry said in a press statement on Thursday.
Polish bagpipers as well as craftsmen whose works have been added to the National List of Intangible Cultural Heritage, will present their talents at UNESCO's headquarters in Paris on Monday.