TFN takes a pictorial look back at Poland’s most famous cycling race.
Eleven Nobel Prize winners from the fields of physiology or medicine and chemistry have written a letter to University of Warsaw (UW) asking the rector-elect's support for the UW-based International Research Agenda ReMedy unit, which is facing liquidation.
A new design for public toilets in Warsaw’s Łazienki Park has been chosen in a competition. With its simple lines, the winner complements, but does not compete with, the park's historical buildings.
Rzeszów-based Game Over Cycles won the ‘Craziest Bike’ award at the largest bike show in the world, attracting over 32,000 visitors, more than 300 exhibitors and around 1,000 custom bikes.
The winners of the contest, which gives companies access to mentors, financiers and an opportunity to grow, will now take part in a round of workshops in Warsaw with business leaders.
The victory in the two-day event was the first time the Polish team had won the title.
Muscle-bound Konrad Bukowiecki does Poland proud after blasting his way into the record books with an incredible 21.5-metre shot put throw, beating previous holder Remigius Machura at the 2019 Summer Universiade championships in Naples, Italy.
Warsaw Film Festival is the biggest film festiwal in Poland. The first edition took place in 1985. The idea was to show foreign people new movies made by polish directors. Nowadays WFF is a huge event, gathering many people from around the world.