The religious books come from the original collection in the Chachmei Lublin Yeshiva which was once the largest Talmudic school in the world. The fate of the library is one of the biggest wartime mysteries of Lublin.
The 13-year-old called Samuel charmed the country after being photographed on the high street in Gniezno which quickly went viral creating a wave of ‘Samuel-mania’.
First appearing in Łódź’s Manufaktura complex in the summer of 2020, the idea has since taken off rapidly with an increasing number of cities getting in on the act.
Fifty seven percent of Poles prefer to shop online, 21 percent of them buying on the web more than once a week, a survey by the ARC Rynek i Opinia pollster has shown.
Poland will spend over PLN 1.08 billion (EUR 238 million) in 2021-25 to promote reading through investments in public and school libraries, and promotional activities, the culture minister has said.
The exhibition also explores the artist’s life as a Jew in 20th-century Poland.
A proper blast from the past this week as Europe’s oldest hidden time capsule is revealed in Poland… What’s inside? Listen to this week’s Debrief to find out!
The time capsule discovered by workers carrying out renovation work on a church in the small town of Ziębice, dates back to 1797 making it the oldest in Europe and the second oldest in the world.
The ‘Resistant Bookshops’ project organised by Kraków’s Festival Office and the city’s Mayor’s office will see local independent bookstores receive up to 10,000 zł each to help get through the lockdown.
We go on the trail of a number of important Uprising documents found in a Warsaw rubbish skip…