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

Celebrations of the Day of Polish Community and Poles Abroad and Republic of Poland Flag Day

The Day of Polish Community and Poles Abroad was established in recognition of the historical contribution of diaspora communities to the national objectives of the country of their forefathers. Celebrated jointly with Polish Flag Day, it is intended to encourage Poles to reflect on the glorious pages of the country’s past.
02 05.2021 News

10 Outstanding Polish Women

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24 03.2021 19 05.2021 Cinema, Debate, Events, Literature, Music, News, Theatre, Аrt

Iwan Wyhowski Award

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01 12.2020 News