As depressing as the harsh reality of climate change can be, there’s always a silver lining somewhere, or you might say a burgundy one in this case. As the Polish climate has become increasingly mild with less frosts and shorter winters, the Polish wine industry has bloomed, with Małopolska emerging as Poland’s wine country. Tarnów, as it happens, […]wine , winery
Only about one hour east of Kraków lies the charming and picturesque city of Tarnów. Małopolska’s second city by size, Tarnów is absolutely dwarfed by Kraków but features many of the same charms without the crushing crowds, inflated prices and occasional feelings of herd mentality that unfortunately come with a tourist market the size of […]Tarnów
Eighty years ago, on June 14, 1940, the first 728 prisoners arrived at Auschwitz. The camp was initially meant for Polish resistance fighters, but from 1942 it played a central role in the Nazi genocide of Jews.Auschwitz , history , WWII
Henry Rybak was born in 1954 in Koszyce Wielkie, in a suburb of Tarnów. He moved to the United States in 1980, and eventually settled in northern New Jersey. Henry was a strong supporter of the vibrant community in Garfield and the surrounding areas. He and Maria have sponsored countless schools, churches, community organizations, sports […]famous people , obituary
Poland in – why you should visit Tarnów?
Restaurants, cafes, sports facilities and hair and beauty salons will reopen from the start of next week, though with sanitary requirements in place, as the Polish government begins the third stage of its “unfreezing” of the coronavirus lockdown. Border controls have, however, been extended until 12 June.
A garden city, a city of the future and a city of death. Culture.pl presents a series of snapshots from the history of Tarnów, a city in southeastern Poland.culture , history , Tarnów
“To travel is to discover that everyone is wrong about other countries.” Aldous Huxley.
Continuation of restrictions – some of them until 19 or 26 April, postponement of matura exams and exams for eighth-graders (egzamin ósmoklasisty), mandatory masks – these are the most important information provided by the Prime Minister of Poland, Mateusz Morawiecki.