International Holocaust Remembrance Day

27 January, the anniversary of liberating the German Nazi concentration camp Auschwitz-Birkenau, marks International Day of Commemoration in Memory of the Victims of the Holocaust, officially proclaimed by the UN General Assembly in 2005.
26 January 2019


Dear Visitors! We would like to inform you that the library is closed due to technical problems. Thank you for your understanding!
12 December 2018

„100 reasons why you #likePolska”

„100 reasons why you #likePolska” – show what you like most about Poland on Independence Day
7 November 2018

Dear Friends, Dear Foreign Friends of Poland!

Today Poland celebrates its 100th birthday. You can wish us a happy birthday!
6 November 2018

79th anniversary of Soviet invasion of Poland

On 17 September 1939, Soviet troops invaded Poland fulfilling the provisions of a secret annex to the Ribbentrop-Molotov Pact, signed by the German Reich and the Soviet Union on 23 August 1939. The Soviet-German agreement called for dividing up Poland’s territory between the two totalitarian states. The Soviet Union committed itself to supporting the German military operations against Poland.
17 September 2018

Language courses, Autumn 2018

Registration: 17-28.09.2018. Start: 01.10.2018.
26 July 2018

70th anniversary of the death of Captain Witold Pilecki

Seventy years ago, Witold Pilecki was murdered in the prison on Rakowiecka Street in Warsaw. He was a Polish officer, a member of the Polish Underground State, the only voluntary prisoner of the Nazi German concentration camp Auschwitz as well as the author of the so-called Pilecki Reports.
25 May 2018

Fourteen years of Poland's membership in the EU

Poland, together with the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Slovenia, Cyprus and Malta, joined the European Union on 1 May 2004. It was the largest EU enlargement in history.
2 May 2018

Polish Diaspora and Poles Abroad Day

In 2002, the Sejm of the Republic of Poland established the Polish Diaspora and Poles Abroad Day to be celebrated on 2 May. This initiative recognised the "long-standing achievements and contribution of the Polish diaspora and Poles abroad in helping Poland regain its independence, loyalty and attachment to their identity, as well as assistance to the homeland in its most difficult moments."
2 May 2018


The 3 May Constitution of 1791 was most probably the world’s second codified constitution. Its authorship is ascribed to King Stanisław II August, Grand Marshall of Lithuania Ignacy Potocki, and the priest and philosopher Fr. Hugo Kołłątaj.
2 May 2018