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Railway company PKP Intercity carried a record number of passengers in the first six months of this year, the company has reported.
Setting off on his odyssey at 9.37am on Tuesday morning at the train station in Będzin, Piotr Goszczyński finished 24hours later with five minutes to spare in Katowice having travelled a staggering 740.8 kilometres.
A record number of five tankers will deliver liquefied natural gas (LNG) to an LNG terminal on the Polish coast in March as tensions between Russia and the West mount owing to the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Measuring 5.32 metres in diameter, with a surface area of 22.2 square metres and requiring 61 kilometres of thread and fourth months to make, the giant doily is larger than the world record of 5m in diameter set in 2013.
The year 2021 saw record-high investments in the Polish Investment Zone covering Poland's entire territory, a deputy development and technology minister has told PAP.
Depicting 83 child-size figures, the monumental work entitled ‘Bambini’ consisting of a cluster of androgynous figures devoid of heads and identities, is now the most expensive artwork ever sold at auction in Poland.
Entitled ‘Two Married Women’, the painting by Andrzej Wróblewski which was sold at Warsaw-based art auction house DESA Unicum, is both the most expensive painting ever sold in Poland and the most expensive overall artwork ever sold on the Polish market.
Polish energy company PKN Orlen saw revenues climb by 52 percent year on year in the third quarter of 2021, the firm announced on Thursday.
Entitled "Crowd III” and depicting 50 hollowed out figures made out of burlap, the art installation went for a staggering PLN 11 million, which after the hammer fee was added rose to 13.2 million.