Laying bare the secrets and the stories behind Warsaw’s Hoża street, the new Polish-English language book is set to achieve cult status for its charming exploration of the city’s hidden side.
The Russian T-72 and a self-propelled howitzer have gone on display in the capital’s Royal Castle Square as ‘proof that determination, courage and professionalism can defeat the Russian Army.’ The tanks are part of a broader exhibition entitled 'The Invincible Army', which will later move on to other European capitals.
The plaque is the brainchild of Izabella Podzińska, a neighbour who as a young girl lived opposite the block of flats where Kapuściński once lived. Her determination has resulted in a small plastic commemorative plaque with the words: “The world-famous reporter, writer, poet and photographer lived in this building in the years 1965-1988.”
About 240,000 refugees from war-torn Ukraine are living in Warsaw and its vicinity, Rafal Trzaskowski, the city's mayor, has said.
The tanks will be part of a broader exhibition entitled 'The Invincible Army', which will open in Warsaw and later move on to other European capitals.
With thousands of Ukrainians in Poland’s capital Warsaw, new ways are being found to help them.
Mateusz Morawiecki, the Polish prime minister, has said that the green light given by EU member states to Poland's National Recovery Plan (KPO) is a big step towards the pay out of billions of zlotys to the country.
EU member states have approved Poland's National Recovery Plan (KPO), an EU source has told PAP.
Buried deep in the bush, Tomasz Porowski and Marcin Hermanowicz are helping transform Poland's relationship with cider.
Israeli agents will not be allowed to carry firearms while protecting Jewish youth trips to Poland, the spokesperson to the Polish foreign ministry has said.