Unveiled on Tuesday in the Gallery of 19th Century Polish Art in the Kraków’s Cloth Hall, Maksymilian Gierymski's 1872 landscape Winter in a Small Town is considered one of the most important pieces of Polish art.
First built in 1867, the renovation has restored Wałbrzych’s historic beauty, including the brick elevation and its most valuable architectural details.
Originally opened in 1911, Café Berg was where locals would flock to drink beer, coffee and goat’s milk whilst enjoying concerts and views gazing down on gondoliers in the summer and ice skaters in the winter.
Piotr Marczenia (bottom right) from Świebodzin in Western Poland began cleaning up the forgotten Evangelical cemetery in the nearby village of Podła Góra in 2015 after becoming fascinated with the lives of those who had lived in the place where his mother had been born.
VIDEO: The windows were created in a specialist artists’ workshop with the use of ‘cathedral glass’. In order to protect it, a windshield will be built from the outside and a glass shield from the inside of the hall.
A silent witness to the violent protests that took place on June 25 as workers took to the streets to demand an end to price increases, the EPO5-22 became caught up in the scuffles when strikers pushed it with their bare hands onto a section of dismantled track.
Passing the abandoned palace in Lower Silesian every day on his way to work, crop farmer Józef Żałobniak eventually decided to buy the place and turn it into a hotel spa saying: “I wanted to save it for other people to enjoy. That was my dream.”
Discovered rusting in a barn, the machine took three-years to restore before becoming the ace card in a father and son’s coffee business.
Found in the village of Pasynki, the 19th century church has been cited as one of the most striking examples of wooden ecclesiastical architecture in Eastern Poland.
The graveyard in Jampol is one of 130 Polish cemeteries currently undergoing restoration in Ukraine.