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Poland 100 Years is a richly illustrated album prepared on the occasion of the centenary of Poland’s independence celebrated in 2018. The work on this exceptional publication are led by the Programme Council appointed on a social initiative.
A family saga and history of the contemporary Polish theatre in one, full of anecdotes and memories from the vibrantly colourful professional life of Krzysztof Orzechowski, this book offers a peek into the backstage of the theatre world from the perspective of an artist whose life and career have become inextricalby linked with the medium, from his acting debut to the director of the Słowacki Theatre in Cracow.
Poland 100 Years is a richly illustrated album prepared on the occasion of the centenary of Poland’s independence celebrated in 2018.
This richly illustrated guide invites you on a journey to the territories of Livonia, Lithuania, Samogitia and Sudovia, all of which in the past constituted a vital part of Poland, but today are governed by Latvia or Lithuania.
Lovers of old Warsaw and particularly its Praga borough will be delighted with this album. A collection of so far unpublished photographs of Praga in the 1970s, it features the residents of the borough ad other varsovians in social situations, and especially in the unique, now legendary milieu of the Różycki and Szmulek Bazaars, which constituted the semi-legal business underbelly of communist Poland.
Tadeusz Rolke (born 1929) is one of the most distinguished modern photographers. He is referred to as the father of reportage photography and is known not only in Poland, but also internationally.
This unique album features four most magnificent historic residences of Polish kings: the Wawel Castle in Cracow, and the Wilanów Palace, Royal Baths Park and Royal Castle in Warsaw.
The first album in our MOTO RETRO series is dedicated to cars and motorbikes which used to fill the streets and roads of pre-war Poland.
The second album in our MOTO RETRO series is dedicated to aviation in interwar Poland.
What a match!It lasted 4 years, 4 months and 14 days. All Polish records were broken, as were many European records and several world records.But the outcome was uncertain until the end.It was a match for promotion, for honour, for everything.The match for the National Stadium!
The Stare Powązki (Old Powązki) Cemetery in Warsaw is like a magnificent album of national memory. It is there that were laid to rest the most eminent Polish artists, writers, scientists, statesmen, industrialists, and those who gave their lives for Poland’ s freedom.
Our third album in the MOTO RETRO series features the fleet of the Second Polish Republic. When Poland re-emerged on the map of Europe as an independent country following World War I, it simultaneously gained a 140-kilometre-long strip of the Baltic coast and immediately began the construction of strategic shipbuilding hubs.