Culture

Polish Olympic rower Natan Węgrzycki-Szymczyk became a part of boat race history when his Cambridge team won the esteemed contest.

Polish writer Olga Tokarczuk just became the winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature for 2018.

‘Some people say that the classic style never gets old,’ says Emil Oponowicz, co-owner and barman at Warsaw’s swish, quasi-speakeasy (...)

Warsaw’s Neon Muzeum captures the story behind Poland’s unique neon signs and artistic designs.

While the apparent facts of Polish Vodka are well-known, the history and heritage they represent are less so.

Poland Today intern and recent Princeton University graduate, Taylor Chin, shares her experiences in Warsaw.

Rowing crews from all over Europe competed at the first Warsaw Head International Rowing Regatta.

British historian and author, Adam Zamoyski, provides insights into his life as a descendant of the ancient Polish noble Zamoyski  family (...)

Marian Turski has more than defied the terrible odds stacked against him in his youth.

In 1985, the Racławice Panorama, initially based in Lwów was reopened in Wrocław.

The political consequences of World War II kept Waldemar Świto and his father from ever meeting

A personal recollection of the days after the tragedy and a friend who was on board

Poland Today sits down with Mahan Charmshir, an Iranian living in Poland, to ask about his experiences in the country.

Stash Pruszyński recalls his time at the historic station and daring escape to Munich.

20 January 1977: Zbigniew Brzezinski appointed as National Security Advisor by US President Jimmy Carter

Poland Today spoke with director Anna Zamecka about her debut documentary, Communion.

In February 1990, the government decided to restore the symbolic crown to its white eagle emblem.

Leszek Fidusiewicz shares experience of the concert in Warsaw, 1967.

Zbigniew Pietrzykowski duelled Ali for gold at the Rome Olympics in 1960.

Aviators Franciszek Żwirko and Stanisław Wigura fatally crash in 1932 in Těrlicko, then part of Czechoslovakia.

13 July 2000. Holocaust chronicler Jan Karski dies