“She provided me with shelter, putting her own life and that of her family in danger,” said the director.
The building, long nicknamed “Skeletor”, is now the city’s tallest by roof height.
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Over 100 documents hidden by a former intelligence officer have been recovered.
In a joint declaration, the two countries’ presidents also sought to ease tensions over World War Two history.
The owner could face jail for seeking to sell the almost 300 files.
He showed an “interest in women”, his Polish observers noted.
Local authorities have won a court battle to prevent their statue from being removed under a “decommunisation” law.
“Geographically, we will always be fighting a losing battle.”
Trams last ran through Cieszyn and Český Těšín a century ago.
They were killed during the defence of Westerplatte, as the German invasion began.
A Polish commentator had called for Poland to reclaim former territory from Belarus.
A largely forgotten figure is brought back to life.
The “Miracle on the Vistula” was no miracle.
Leżajsk once had a large Jewish population and it remains an important site for Hasidic Jews.