230th anniversary of the Constitution of 3 May

When on 3 May 1791 the Four-Year Sejm also called the Great Sejm adopted The Government Act of the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth later known as the Constitution of 3 May, the Polish-Lithuanian state became the Europe’s first and the world’s second that passed the basic law. For its time, it was a progressive and bold legal act which initiated a number of reforms. It also constituted a crowning achievement of the centuries-old links between Poland and Lithuania.
03 05.2021 Cinema, Events, History, News

Janusz Korczak’s Days in Kyiv 🗺

shows | competitions | excursions | exhibitions
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