On the 8 of July 1980 a strike started in the WSK PZL Świdnik factory. The straw that broke the camel's back was the price of the meal in the factory canteen rising 80% in one day. The atmosphere quickly spread over 150 companies in Lublin and the whole voivodeship. The range of the strikes fo ...
An important moment in the history of Lublin was signing the Union of Lublin. On the 1st of July 1569 in Lublin, an aggreement between the Crown of the Kingdom of Poland and the Grand Duchy of Lithuania was signed. A new country was created, called the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth. Upon the aggr ...
Bike rides around the picturesque Bug and Vistula areas, guided tours around Lublin, Kazimierz Dolny and Zamość, concerts in the wonderful scenery of the Zamoyski Palace in Kozłówka, close encounters with the blacksmith tradition in Wojciechów, and celebrations of the 451st anniversary of the U ...
Learn about Lublin’s history while strolling through the picturesque streets of the Old Town. During Sunday guided tours you will reach well known places as well as some hidden gems. You will learn how the goat ended up in the Lublin’s coat of arms, where the Union of Lublin was signed, how the mark of the devil’s paw was left on the Crown Tribunal’s table.
Museum commemorates and promotes the life and works of popular Lublin writers – Konrad Bielski, Józef Łobodowski, Kazimierz Andrzej Jaworski, Antoni Madej and Józef Czechowicz (1903-1939) – considered to be one of the greatest polish poets of the 20th century.
ul. Złota 3
tel. +48 81 532 30 90
The Museum of Martyrdom "Pod Zegarem" is located in the cells of the former Gestapo arrest. The exhibition presents the profiles of prisoners, both during their detention as well as their subsequent fate. Admission to the museum is free.
While walking around the picturesque Open Air Village Museum it's hard to resist the impression of travelling back in time. One can find here meticulously restored village huts, wooden Christian and Orthodox churches, or a windmill. The Museum is divided into seven regional parts: Lublin Upland, Roztocze, Powiśle, Podlasie and Polesie Lubelskie, Nadbuże, as well as mansion area and small town.
al. Warszawska 96
+48 81 533 85 13
+48 81 533 31 37
Exceptional titles that have not yet been presented in the Polish movie theaters yet, will be shown for the cinema fans gathered in the patio of the Centre for Culture in Lublin.
The Botanical Garden, located in a varied area, amongst the piling up natural loess gorges, the Czechówka river meandering between them, and the ponds, is one of the favorite walking places of Lublin residents and tourists. Good soils and a varied microclimate are the right ecological conditions for high biodiversity of plants.
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