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A New Brand for the Region Although many places are advertised as unique and special, this is only really convincing in certain cases.
So let us think: does the region in Poland where people have the longest lifespan deserve to be called special? And is the region with almost 90% of the Polish aviation industry not...
Podkarpackie – a space open to investment The economic development of the Sub-Carpathian region (Podkarpackie) is one of the most important issues facing the Regional Government. Today, in an era of global challenges, we must create the right climate, favourable to investors, so that it is in Podkarpackie that they choose to successfully...
Cultural Spaces The Sub-Carpathian region (Województwo Podkarpackie) is a cultural melting pot, a result of the intertwined fates of the Poles, Ukrainians, Jews, and Lemkos who lived there for many years. Therefore, south-eastern Poland is a unique place: a patchwork of cultures, religions and customs.
The...
RZESZÓW – Centre of the Polonia Art Movement The 15th World Festival of Polonia* Folk Ensembles, which is held every three years, will take place in Rzeszow on 21st -28th July, 2011. The idea behind the organisation of such a festival was conceived in 1967, during a tour of the then Province of Rzeszów by the Polonia Song and Dance Ensemble,...
Podkarpackie Tastes Good ’There is no love more sincere than the love of food.’ So said George Bernard Shaw and this captures the feelings of those who have visited the Sub-Carpathian region (Podkarpackie) and tasted our traditional dishes. If you have yet to do so, you are most welcome to discover for yourself...
The Myth of the Biesz­cza­dy The Biesz­cza­dy Mo­un­ta­ins are so­me­what of a my­thi­cal land even to Po­les, a kind of ‘Wild West’, as in­de­ed the re­gion is still so­me­ti­mes cal­led. It is to the Biesz­cza­dy that...
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