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We have ‘Welcomed to Kraków’ for 25 years It has been exactly a quarter of a century since the magazine ‘Welcome to Kraków’ appeared in the hotels and the many other attractions frequented by those visiting Kraków. It was created on the back of the intense political and economic transformation that our country was going through...
Baroque in All its Glory Thanks to the cooperation between the National Museum in Kraków and the Slovak National Gallery, priceless paintings and sculptures from the Bratislava collections will be exhibited in Poland for the first time. The exhibition in Kraków, ‘Treasures of the Baroque: between Bratislava and...
The logic of the local. Norwegian and polish contemporary design The notion of the local provides the leading theme of the exhibition, which presents the affinities between Norwegian and Polish design. However, in this context, the local is something more than the focus on folklore or a rediscovery of folk ornaments and forms. Instead, the local means creative...
An exhibition about the Old Synagogue in the Old Synagogue The Old Synagogue, an extremely significant building both for the Jewish religion and Jewish culture in Poland, was from the time of its construction in Kazimierz in the late fifteenth century, not only the main temple of Kraków’s Jewish community that dramatically expanded in the following...
Kraków’s Contribution to the Memory of the World A treatise by Andrzej Frycz-Modrzewski entitled Commentariorum de Republica emendanda, libri quinque (Five Books of Commentaries on the Improvement of the Commonwealth), which was published 1551, is stored in a vault of the Jagiellonian Library and is part of the second largest collection of such...
Krakow Focuses on Railways The role of rail transport in solving the communication problems of the Kraków agglomeration is becoming more important. A programme to construct a fast suburban railway network (SKA) is in the process of being implemented, albeit gradually over a number of years, and the additional lines are soon...
Two sculptors and women Rodin and Dunikowski at the National Museum in Kraków.
Two fascinating personalities, two artists discovering different artistic directions, yet at the same time linked by a common theme that is frequently repeated in the work of each, namely women. An exhibition...
Bawół Square in Kazimierz The present Bawół Square (plac Bawół) adjacent to the Old Synagogue in Kazimierz was once a village that was mentioned as early as the thirteenth century. Its centre, called ‘nawsie’, was located where Szeroka Street is today. The village is believed to have belonged either to a knight...
Stacja Narciarska Małe Ciche „Idealne miejsce na rodzinne narty. Blisko cztery kilometry tras, dwie koleje krzesełkowe, wyciąg taśmowy, trzy orczyki, zawodowi instruktorzy, dobre pensjonaty i gościnne góralskie karczmy” – to esencja tego miejsca.
Przyjeżdżając do Małego Cichego, nie sposób nie bawić...
The ‘White’ Cottages of Chochołów When staying in Zakopane, for instance, it is well worth visiting Chochołów with its distinctive, yet traditional, architecture. The village is located several kilometres to the west of the capital of the Polish Tatras, but today the trip does not have to be limited to the impressive wooden...
Not only family skiing Białka Tatrzańska started this year’s winter season as a full-fledged ski station which guarantees perfect conditions for those who love skiing in all its different guises. This is not only because of the nine cable cars and seven ski lifts which operate to link the 16 km of ski runs that are...
Kraków Bids Farewell to Andrzej Wajda Andrzej Wajda, the best known Polish film director in the world and an Oscar winner for lifetime achievement, was in good health when he celebrated his 90th birthday only a few months ago. His latest film, ‘Afterimages’, had been shown at the Film Festival in Gdynia and it soon became...
The Polish Language: difficult, but more and more necessary An interview with Prof. Waldemar Martyniuk, Director of the Centre for Polish Language and Culture in the World, which is part of the Faculty of Polish Studies at the Jagiellonian University.
• What impact has Poland`s symbolic return to Europe, that is...
The Novotel Overlooking the Vistula An interview with Tomasz Krzysztanowski, Director of the Novotel Centrum **** in Kraków.
• The hotel you manage has, from a layman`s perspective at least, an excellent location. How important is this?
• A wise hotelier once said...

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