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Digital Dragons – the event of amazing Polish video games industry
Today we invite you to Cracow for the biggest game industry event in Central Europe – "Digital Dragons" 2018. Poland is a leader of the global video games market. The Polish video games industry today consists of more than two hundred and fifty companies that create their products, some of which are bestsellers in western markets, for diverse audiences. It is also a rapidly growing sector of the Polish economy.
Stradivarius in the hands of a Polish virtuoso
In May 2018 the first Stradivarius in post-war Poland was handed over to the virtuoso Janusz Wawrowski, considered the most outstanding Polish violinist of his generation.
Robert Lewandowski earns crown as Bundesliga top scorer
Poland's star football player Robert Lewandowski has been crowned the top scorer of Germany's Bundesliga premier league in the 2017/2018 season, his third such trophy since he began playing in Germany in 2010.
Polish engineers in an important European Space Agency mission
The European Space Agency is building a satellite that will allow to study the condition of the Earth`s forests and estimate the amount of carbon dioxide absorbed by the trees. Polish engineers are working on important components of the device.
100 exhibits in celebration of the 100th anniversary of Independence
Polish philatelists joined the celebrations of the 100th anniversary of Poland regaining its independence. In cooperation with the Institute of National Remembrance and the Polish Post, the Warsaw branch of the Polish Philatelic Association has prepared an international philatelic exhibition titled "100 exhibits for the 100th anniversary of independence."
Polish regions attract foreigners
They ended up in Poland for many different reasons. There they fulfilled their dreams, established a theatre, set up a firm or launched an international conducting career. A British lady is fond of the River Vistula, and a Lebanese man likes the Pieniny Mountains.
227th Anniversary of the 3 May Constitution
The 3 May Constitution of 1791 was the world’s second codified constitution. Its authorship is ascribed to King Stanisław II August, Grand Marshall of Lithuania Ignacy Potocki, and the priest and philosopher Fr. Hugo Kołłątaj.
Minister Jacek Czaputowicz visits Republic of Albania
“I am glad that relations between our countries are getting ever closer, and I am especially happy that they develop simultaneously at many levels,” Poland’s top diplomat said on Monday after a meeting with Albania’s Minister for Europe and Foreign Affairs Ditmir Bushati.
The Jagiellonian University in the Europe`s Most Innovative Universities ranking
The Jagiellonian University has maintained its 90th position in the Europe`s Most Innovative Universities 2018 ranking. It is the only university in Poland and Central and Eastern Europe included in this prestigious group, reports the Jagiellonian University press office.
Poles of the world - 5 interesting facts
Did you know that Poles can be found in every corner of the world: from Argentina to Zimbabwe? According to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Polish diaspora consists of up to 20 million people!
Archaeologists: We have proof of Roman legions’ presence in Poland
Roman soldiers traversed the territory of Kujawy region two thousand years ago. This is corroborated by the discovery of fragments of legionary riding equipment and uniforms, many of which have never been found outside the Roman Empire before, says Professor Bartosz Kontny.
The film presents the most beautiful places in Poland from the Tatra Mountains to the Baltic Sea, including national parks, big and small cities, Masurian lakes as well as sites inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List such as the Royal Salt Mine in Wieliczka, wooden tserkvas of the Carpathian Region, the historic centre of Warsaw and the Old City of Zamość.