Bolesław Biega (July 21, 1922 – May 24, 2023), nom de guerre “Pałąk,” a revered Home Army soldier and a key participant in the historic Warsaw Uprising, has sadly passed away Wednesday, May 24th evening, at the age of 100. While his remarkable military achievements and leadership roles as a platoon and company commander in the renowned “Kilinski” Battalion are renowned, he will forever be … Continue reading Bolesław Biega, Hero of the Warsaw Uprising Wedding, Passes Away at 100
Hala Gwardii should close on June 25th for a major 3 years renovation. Continue reading Hala Gwardii should close on June 25th!
On May 3rd, 1791, Ustawa Rządowa, “Governance Act”, the first constitution of Poland was adopted by the Great Sejm of the Polish Lithuanian Commonwealth (crown of the Kingdom of Poland and the Grand Duchy of Lithuania). The Constitution combined a Monarchy Republic considered as the first written constitution in Europe and the second in the world after the USA (1789)… Continue reading 232nd Anniversary of the Constitution of Poland – The second constitution in the world after the USA.
On the day of the European car-free day, on September 23rd, the President of Warsaw, Rafał Trzaskowski, challenged himself travelling from Metro Kabaty to Warsaw Wola Tram depot – Wolska Street in public transports while another person was doing it by car. Continue reading On this day, 115 years ago, on March 26, 1908, the first electric trams were put into service.
This year is the 104th Anniversary of the Poland’s regained independence following the allied victory against the Germany on November 11th, 1918. Continue reading Today is the Independence Day of Poland – 104th Anniversary
WYSTAWA | Niedenthal Over 200 iconic photos, discover or rediscover the work of one of the greatest photographs in the world, Chris Niedenthal. The exhibition is enriched with several… Continue reading Dom Spotkań z Historią – Chris Niedenthal retrospective