Tag: History

How to spend time between screenings? – A short guide for Festival guests

As the weather is getting better during the 44th Polish Film Festival, it is more and more tempting to

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Westerplatte sign, photo: Jakub Wozniak/Tricity News

The 80th anniversary of the beginning of World War II

The 1st of September is a day which stays in the memory of mankind. On that day in 1939

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Museum of Warsaw Uprising, Photo: Jakub Wozniak/Tricity News

Why do sirens go off every August the 1st in Poland

Every year, on the 1st of August, exactly at 5:00 p.m. Poland stops for a while. The natural

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Photo: Organizers

Circles of Art festival – a big ending in Poland!

Two exceptional concerts for the finale of the 3rd edition of Circles of Art festival. The concerts in Warsaw

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Source: Actus Humanus

Actus Humanus Festival

Actus Humanus festival starts on Wednesday, the 12th of December. It is the largest festival of early music in

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City Museum in Gdynia, photo: Jakub Wozniak/Tricity News

Visiting Tricity: Gdynia City Museum

Those who visit Gdynia will definitely enjoy getting to know the history of the city in Gdynia City Museum.

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Modernism in Gdynia, photo: Jakub Wozniak/Tricity News

Visiting Tricity: A unique city center of Gdynia

Gdynia is the youngest city in Tricity area. It came into existence as a city in the 1920’s as

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The monument at Westerplatte, Photo: Jakub Wozniak/Tricity News

A morning that changed the world

Exactly at 4:45 in the 1st of September 1939, at the early morning, the war started which changed the

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The history of Polish Film Festival, photo: Jakub Wozniak/Tricity News

The History of Polish Film Festival in Gdynia

The Polish Film Festival in Gdynia is the most important film event in Poland. Throughout the years, the organizers

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Long Night of Museums, Photo: Jakub Woźniak/Tricity News

Long Night of Museums in Tricity

This Saturday night you may enjoy a unique cultural event – the Long Night of Museums. Cultural institutions and

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