The 500 sq/m office in Wrocław has earned plaudits for capturing the spirit of the city whilst simultaneously breaking down concepts of hierarchy to instead place an emphasis on teamwork, creativity and the open exchange of ideas.
Mateusz Morawiecki, the Polish prime minister, has paid tribute to the activists of Fighting Solidarity, an underground anti-communist organisation operating in the years 1982-1992.
Dating from the turn of the 20th century when the school was founded, the city’s coat of arms was in use from 1530 to 1938 when the Nazis ordered that all the old coats of arms be replaced with a new two-field one.
Measuring between 1.3 to 1.5 metres long and 50cm in depth, the cylindrical metal canister was found in the conservatory of an 18th century palace used by Hitler’s SS as a brothel.
Drogerie dm, Germany's largest chain of retail stores offering cosmetics and healthcare products, has opened its first shop in Poland, the newspaper Puls Biznesu reported.
Wroclaw students pick up prizes at international aviation competition.
In this episode, John Beauchamp speaks to Dr Łukasz Krzywka, a veteran of forty years at Wrocław University’s Institute of Art History, on the restoration of the Aula Leopoldyńska, known as the Leopoldina, a pearl of 18th century baroque art and architecture.
Hungarian budget airline Wizz Air will launch four new routes from Poland this coming summer season.
Officially reopened to the public last week to coincide with the arrival of Spring, the restoration was seen as one of the most complex conservation challenges undertaken in Poland this millennium.
Working from a compact workshop in the city centre, the initiative started by local seamstress Halina Czekanowska has already raised enough cash to buy an ambulance.