The history of Polish literature is just about one of the most fascinating out there. Here are some facts about it that will probably change the way you think about Eastern European literature, make you study the history of the region, or just have you reading more Polish books. Read more »about: 14 Curious Facts about Polish Literature
Although Cepelia is known as the child of the People’s Republic of Poland, its ancestors go back to much earlier times. Shaping the tastes of Poles and establishing a unique style of its own, the Cepelia brand was also appreciated and recognised abroad. Culture.pl unravels mysteries hiding beneath the famously hand-painted logo…
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A fake legend about Napoleon, a penitentiary located in a former Cistercian monastery, a wooden bear that cannot be lifted. Photographer Tymon Markowski brought a real ocean of absurdity from a trip along the Brda river.
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"Inter arma silent Musae". For among arms, the Muses fall mute, as the ancient Romans believed. This is not necessarily true. During the Warsaw Uprising, artists massively participated in battle, and not only the armed one.
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