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The promotional campaign “Poland – come and find your story” encouraging foreigners to discover Polish tourist attractions, history and culture, has been launched in Vilnius. The campaign is run by the Polish Institute in Vilnius. As a part of the Polish Days in Berlin’s schools, students can learn Polish and debate about Polish cinema.

Multimedia benches, a mobile tourist information point, 5D bicycle simulator, artistic performances, amber creations will present Poland’s tourism potential during the Polish Tourism Week which has begun today at the World Exposition EXPO 2015 in Milan. All activities, which will take place between 18 and 24 May in Poland’s Pavilion and throughout Milan, will be held under the motto “Poland. Come and find all colours of life.” The Polish Tourism Week is organised by the Polish Tourist Organisation.

Ambitious, hard-working and effective – the winners of the prestigious “The Outstanding Pole in Scotland” contest prove that stereotypes about immigrants are not true. The contest is organized by Pangea Magazine with honorary patronage of the General Consul of the Republic of Poland in Edinburgh, and the Polish Promotional Emblem Foundation “Teraz Polska”

Are you passionate about being active? Do you get involved in social, cultural or political activities? Would you like to engage the Poles who live in Scotland to be active? Do you want to find out how to cooperate more efficiently with Scottish institutions or organizations? We invite you to submit your application to participate in the Training for local activists in Scotland organized as part of the “Vote, You Are At Home!” campaign.

The project is held under Link to Poland’s media patronage.

560 km, 13 days and 25 kg on his back – in July this year Rafał Bauer will face one of the most unfriendly landscapes on Earth and he will do it in record time. The aim of his expedition is a lonely traverse of Iceland from its northernmost point, Rifstangi, to the southernmost point, Kotlutangi. All this will be done without getting any food supplies on the way and with no help from outside.

The expedition is held under Link to Poland’s media patronage.