The Ministry of Culture, National Heritage and Sport introduced a short video showing their vision about the Saski Palace reconstruction. The government signed a bill allowing the reconstruction of the Palace, expected for 2030. The main issue of this project is its excessive cost in the midst of a pandemic and a potential future financial crisis. The estimated cost of the reconstruction is above 2 billion PLN. Continue reading Pałac Saski – First official video
Built in 1666 and destroyed in 1944 by the Nazis, the Pałac Saski (Saxon Palace) was the residence of the Morsztyn family and royal dynasties and even Chopin. The remains of the Palace is now the tomb of the unknown soldier. Continue reading Pałac Saski – The government is still working on the reconstruction of the building.
To commemorate the 77th anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, on Sunday, April 19, at 12.00, in Warsaw alarm sirens will be ring informs the town hall… Continue reading At 12h, this Monday, Warsaw remembers the heroes of the Ghetto who fought against the horror of the nazis, 78 years ago. NEVER FORGET!
Jan Karski “Jan Kozielewski” was born on June 24th, 1914 in Łódź. Raised in a Catholic family, he grew up in a multi-cultural neighborhood, the majority of the population was Jewish. After intensive military training in the school for mounted artillery officers in Włodzimierz Wołyński, he graduated in 1936 and ordered to… Continue reading Jan Karski, one of the Righteous Among the Nations, the man who alerted Churchill and Roosevelt about the Warsaw Ghetto and the horrors against the Jews.
Today is the National Day of Remembrance of Poles Rescuing Jews under German Occupation. 6,992 Poles of Poland have been named Righteous Among the Nations. Among them… Continue reading National Day of Remembrance of Poles Rescuing Jews under German Occupation