The recent boom in the real estate market has led to a shortage of land for development which, coupled with the increasing cost of construction plots, has sent apartment prices spiraling.
For over a decade stories have circulated about the gnomes’ political leanings – that the little fellas are actually anti-Communist heroes. Yet while this widely reported story makes a good yarn, it’s not actually true – at least, not entirely.
One of the largest reviews of contemporary art in a public space in Poland will be held in Wrocław for the 16th time in the old palace of the Wallenberg-Pachaly family.
Scientists at the Wrocław University of Technology are working on a project aimed at identifying and marking groups of enzymes responsible for particular diseases.
"We want a Poland of development, not of stagnation; we want a Poland that remembers its roots, not a Poland that cuts itself off from its history," Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said on Saturday at a meeting with residents of Wrocław (southwestern Poland).
The First News talks to Brit who turned Polish palace into family home – and more.