“Narty”

Sports magazine bimonthly published since December 1988 in Krakow. Published by Przedsiębiorstwo Wielobranżowe Turystyczno-Wydawnicze “Narty”. The main subject of the publications posted here in the winter season is skiing and everything related to it: mountains, shelters. In the summer season, tennis, sails and more. Janusz Zielonacki was the first editor-in-chief of the magazine.

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Magazine published weekly. It has been published since November 11, 1989, by the Regional Board of NSZZ “Solidarność”. It publishes articles, reports, information related to social and union issues. Wojciech Marchewczyk became the first editor-in-chief. Rate this post
A monthly magazine in Krakow devoted to the art market. Its purpose is to inform about interesting works appearing in antique shops and galleries. They have been publishing it since 1996. Rate this post
The most known Krakow newspaper, the afternoon Krakow news daily. It has been published since March 10, 1946, initially by the MC of the PPR. The first editor-in-chief was Adam Polewka. From April 1, 1949 to January 31, 1956 it appeared as a mutation of “Express Wieczorny”, from February 1,
In 1990-1995 it was published as a daily newspaper in Krakow, since 1996 it has been a weekly, published by Spółka Akcyjna Arka Press, and it follows the tradition of the former daily of the same name. He publishes articles, interviews, discussions on socio-political issues. Jan Polkowski became the first
Bimonthly, an independent political and cultural magazine in Krakow. Founded by a group of intellectuals associated with the opposition before August 1980, it appeared in the uncensored circulation since 1990 and is officially released. Rate this post
The beginnings of the Polish press should be sought in Krakow. Here, from January 3 to May 4, 1661, “Merkuriusz Polski, the history of all the world within itself, closed for Informacyey pospotey”, was published. The publisher and editor was the secretary of King Jan Kazimierz – Hieronim Pinocci, and
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