Dubbed the future face of libraries in which ‘culture meets the sustainable lifestyle’, the creations by GK-Atelier Grzegorz Kłoda have set the design world aflutter.
The museum houses a huge collection of art and historical items, and has played home for Polish exiles.
A letter from a grandfather to his granddaughter, tucked away in an embryology textbook 23 years ago, has been returned to its owner after it was discovered by a Wrocław University student.
The tower is designed to be “a social platform for learning and development”.
A beautiful exhibition in honour of Zofia Rysiówna’s 100 birthday is being held in the cellars of the J. Szujski Public Library in Nowy Sącz.
The go-ahead to reopen comes 53 days after the castle closed its doors in March and is part of the second stage of what the government is calling ‘defrosting the economy’.
The “Automatic Reviewer – Intelligent Book Recommendation System” uses deep learning technology and natural language processing. These enable its software to mimic the workings of the human brain and read, understand and derive meaning from human languages – in this case, the content of a book.
The initiative involves putting mini-libraries at popular bathing spots in the city where readers can choose from a wide range of books, from classical literature to science fiction, along with books for children and young people.
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