The first traces of people in today's Poznań date from around 8900-8000 BC. They were reindeer hunters. Relatively permanent settlements were created at the turn of the 5th and 4th centuries of the current year. Around 2200 BC the Indo-European population appeared in these lands, from the 5th century AD there are traces of settlements undeniably Slavic, while in the eighth century, the Polanie appeared here. From this period, the city of Ostrow Tumski probably originated, which became the beginning... continue reading
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Gdańsk is a city in the Pomeranian Voivodeship, located on the Baltic Sea at the mouth of Motława to Wisła on the Gulf of Gdansk. A cultural, scientific and economic center and a hub of northern Poland.It is a city with over a thousand years of history, whose identity over the centuries shaped under the influence of different cultures. Gdańsk was once also the largest city of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, a royal city, had the right to active participation in the act of electing the king,... continue reading
The Silesian Museum was established on January 23, 1929. In 2006, it was entered into the State Museum Register, and in 2015 the institution obtained its new, target seat in a modern complex of buildings in Katowice at ul. Tadeusz Dobrowolskiego 1. It is the buildings of the new headquarters are presented in the attached photos.The most valuable collections of the Silesian Museum include the collections of Polish pre-and post-1945 paintings (including works by Józef Chełmoński, Artur Grottger,... continue reading
History of the Republic of Poland can probably be described as one of the most eventful history in Europe. The country has been through many invasions, wars, elimination of sovereignty, uprisings and fighting for independence.This history can be seen in numerous paintings of Jan Matejko (1838 - 1893) who was painting notable historical Polish political and military events. Jan Matejko lived in partitioned Poland, when Poland was erased as an independent state from the world's map,... continue reading
Hello!I`d like to show you some photos from Poland. This is beautiful country. We have beautiful landscapes, forests, mountains, lakes, sea and many old, historic buildings like castles, manores, palaces. So I`d like to take you in travel on Poland in my eyes :) Enjoy!1. Church in Boleslaw by night. 2. Castle in Ojcow in Ojcowski National Park in winter. 3. Marketplace in Olkusz 4. Marketplace in Olkusz 5. Basilica of St.... continue reading
Hi!I`d like to show you a beautiful poland nature. I love nature and photography of course :) Hope that you like it. Enjoy!1. Orchid - Dactylorhiza incarnata 2. Flowers of cherry tree 3. Flowers on the meadow 4. Orchid - Dactylorhiza majalis 5. Crocuses 6. Morel 7. Liverwort 8. Swan ... continue reading
The Warsaw's Old Town was declared as the UNESCO's World Heritage Site in 1980 and is listed as "an outstanding example of a near-total reconstruction of a span of history covering the 13th to the 20th century. The Warsaw Old Town was established in the 13th century. In the heart of the Old Town is the Old Town Market Square that served as a place for regular fairs and festivities until the end of the 18th century. Surrounding streets feature medieval... continue reading
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