VIDEO: The interiors of Wrocław’s Centennial Hall serve as the main arena in ‘The Ballad of Songbirds & Snakes’, which is the latest installment of the Hunger Games trilogy.
The airport in the southwestern Polish city of Wroclaw has broken its pre-pandemic record for passenger numbers with more than 3.5 million people serviced so far this year, the airport announced on Thursday.
The new Michelin Key which will be introduced in 2024, has preselected more than 5,300 hotels in 120 countries, with 32 of them based across Poland and will ‘highlight establishments offering exceptional hotel and travel experiences’.
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Over a thousand WWII shells and mortar bombs have been found on a construction site in Wroclaw, south-western Poland.
City authorities have announced that in a few days’, seven dragon figurines will be installed at points around the royal city, to be followed later by as many as 10 dragons, which will appear on and around Wawel Hill.
With today’s launch of a major new three-month-long exhibition of Picasso’s art in Warsaw, TFN looks back at the artist’s first visit to Poland 75 years ago, which he described as being “the best two weeks of my life.”
A 28-year-old Norwegian citizen, a player of the Panthers Wroclaw American football team, died on Friday night after reportedly being sedated by paramedics called to the scene by local police.
Thought to have been one of the largest in Central Europe, the temple’s remains were discovered in the city’s old town.
Donald Tusk, the leader of Civic Coalition (KO), Poland’s largest opposition grouping, has said that after eight years out of government the opposition had regained “its sense of agency.”
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