3.05.2020 History

May 3rd – Poland`s Constitution Day

On May 3rd Poland marks Constitution Day in honour of the 1791 document that is regarded as the first codified modern constitution in Europe and second in the world

On May 3rd Poland marks Constitution Day in honour of the 1791 document that is regarded as the first codified modern constitution in Europe and second in the world

(coming 3 years after America’s).

After gaining its independence in 1918, Poland established May 3 as a holiday, but it was not celebrated until 1990, after the collapse of the Soviet Union.

Nowadays Poland and Poles are marking this day with Family picnics, military parades or sport competitions.

 

 

 

Scheduled History

Event commemorating the International Holocaust Remembrance Day

We invite you to an event commemorating the International Holocaust Remembrance Day, which will be held on Monday, January 22, 2024, at the Mashmaut Center, 12 Hashmonaim St., Kiryat Motzkin.
22 01.2024 Events, History

‘Death for Humanity. The Ulma Family’ Exhibition

The Polish Institute Tel Aviv and the Embassy of the Republic of Poland in Israel, invite you to take part in the 'Death for Humanity. The Ulma Family' exhibition.
03 12.2023 17 12.2023 Events, History

Inspiring culture – the Jewish Historical Institute

Thanks to the program called "Inspiring Culture" led by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of Poland, we hosted in Israel a delegation of the Jewish Historical Institute from Warsaw
01 07.2023 History