The Polish Institute of Rome presents a collection of photographs taken in the Polish city of Gliwice by Florentine photographer Lorenzo Castore. It was in this city on 31 August 1939 that Nazi forces posing as Poles staged an attack against a German radio station, which Germany used as justification to attack Poland the following day. Castore says "I tried to look into the past to understand a little more of the present". Istituto Polacco, Palazzo Blumenstihl, Via Vittoria Colonna 1, tel. 0636000723, www.istitutopolacco.it.
Wanted in Rome
EVENTS THIS WEEKview calendar
Rome areasall Rome areas
Tour company in Rome, seek staff for a 2 hour job on Monday 20th of August. You will be paid 20 euro for your time. You will be assisting our marketing team in securing reservation...
We are looking for a fluent fun English teacher who loves working with kids and teenagers, and teaches in an innovative way. You will need to possess a TEFL qualification and able...
Every evening we include curious minds in our free Pantheon tour. The Pantheon in Rome is a wonderful place to be in but to know it, it's stories and Historical facts connects us m...
Italian girl is looking for English and German mothertongue to improve the knowledge of the language.,Free tandem language exchange PLEASE CALL ME 350 518 0811