A manuscript containing works of Marcus Tullius Cicero, stolen from Poland in the 1960s or 1970s, has been recovered and returned to the University Library in the southern city of Wrocław.
Composed for his last European project, the six handwritten manuscripts are from a project entitled “Moja słodka europejska ojczyzna” (My sweet European homeland) which Komeda established in 1967 in the German city of Baden-Baden on the theme of Jazz and Poetry.
A valuable 15th-century manuscript that was due to be given to Hungary looks set to stay in Poland following a decision to “freeze” a draft law providing for the hand-over.
A row has flared up over government plans to present a precious 15th-century manuscript to Hungary, according to the Friday edition of the Fakt tabloid.
EXCLUSIVE PHOTOS: A team of scientists, specialists and artists from Poland and Italy spent more than 18 months faithfully reproducing the appearance, structure, the rustle of the paper and even the smell of the original.
Four Chopin manuscripts from the collection of Poland's Jagiellonian Library are to be included on the National List of the UNESCO 'Memory of the World' Programme, the library has announced.
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