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Where to by pottery from Boleslawiec

by MacedonianUK

We are going to the EuroMeet in Krakow & I would love to by some more pottery from Boleslawiec.
Can somebody tell me is there any shops in Krakow which sell this beautiful pottery and where I can find them?
Many thanks

Re: Where to by pottery from Boleslawiec

by MacedonianUK

Thanks for the website. I had look, but it seems that is way more expensive to get it off an website than going to the shop.
I would love to browse at the pottery in the shop and escape my husband for a while ;D
Every girl loves good shopping ! :D

Re: Where to by pottery from Boleslawiec

by ania70pl

Valentina, check this page
Unfortunatelly it is only in Polish, but it's a shop, very close to Main Market (Rynek Glowny) and they sell Boleslawiec's pottery. If you click on Kontakt you'll see a map.

Re: Where to by pottery from Boleslawiec

by MacedonianUK

Thanks, T chek it. My polish is not the best, but I can understand everything...
4 yers ago I drove to Boleslawiec and spend 4 days shopping for pottery.
Now in the recent move, some of my pottery pieces were broken, and I would love to replace them.
There is shop here in Aachen, but for and beaker, which cost about €3 in PL here you pay €10extra....
Dzenkuyem bardzo (sp) :D


Travel Tips for Krakow

Kazimierz tea house

by rawlic01

It has to be the main square, it has everything, fantastic restraunts at very cheap prices, a great deal of shops, fantastic bars, and an excellent internet cafe. There is an indian tea house in the Kazimierz area just near the Jewish museum. They do a whole range of teas from all over the world, and have many different rooms to sit in. Some indian style where you take off your shoes and ring a bell for service, or more traditional style with chairs and tables. Really is a must to find and enjoy the atmosphere.

The church

by Cool-123

The St. Mary's Churh is a gothic church in the Market Square. From the tower of St. Mary's Church the hourly bugle-call is played and then dramatically cut, just as it was cut when the arrow struck the trumpeter, as he was sounding the alarm during the Tartar raid.

Easter food blessing

by Elena_blue

On holy Saturday all families in Poland prepare a small basket with food which they take to the church for blessing. The basket usually contains eggs, fruits, cheese, ham...
The youngest of the family is the one to take the basket to the church.
So, on this Saturday you will see all streets in Poland full of people with this small basket in hand...

From 16th to 19th May -...

by tojavicky

From 16th to 19th May - Crackfilm. Crackfilm is one of the oldest and the largest event of the marketing, advertising, and media branch in Poland.The first event with the Crackfilm logo was held in Krakow in February 1991 under the name Ogólnopolskie Sympozjum Reklamy (Polish Advertising Symposium). The man behind the advertising meetings in Krakow was Les³aw Wilk who prepared first festivals together with Piotr Wasilewski who was responsible for the content of the programme. The first Crackfilms pointed the directions for the future of the advertising market, and the festival lobbies reverberated and buzzed with disputes.

Together with the meetings, the branch awards arrived. In 1991 participants of the Festival of Commercial Film were awarded with statuettes of Cyklop (Cyclops). Tytan (Titan) didn’t appear until 1992, and has since then been the name of the Festival trophy. Since 1996 Tytan has been awarded by a 100-person-strong jury recommended by International Association of Advertising (IAA) in Poland.

Given number 13, the 2002 Festival introduces the new formula, making the event the meeting ground for the industries involved in marketing communication. The formula is the result of acknowledging the suggestions and claims that the advertising world made about Crackfilm.

The programme of the Festival contains exhibitions, programme sessions, workshops, and – quite naturally – film shows. A special guest is the Russian advertising market. There will be exhibitions of advertising and propaganda posters, review of the Commercial Festival in Moscow, and a session devoted to Russian advertising. Apart from these, you will see the screenings of the best social advertising, a digest of films on social and civic actions, theme shows of advertising films prepared by the best Polish producers, and examples of non-professional advertising form Poland and Russia. During the festival gala (18th May) the best advertising firms and the best promotional campaigns of the previous year will be awarded the Tytans. At the same time GoleAd’Ora prizes will be awarded to the best advertisements making use of sport resources. In Moliere pub, during the whole festival, exhibition Pocztówka i plakat w kampaniach reklamowych (Post-Card and Poster in Advertising Campaigns) will be open. Another exhibition titled Rosyjski plakat reklamowy i propagandowy (Russian Advertising and Propaganda Poster) will be open in the ARS cinemas. Film presentations will be held in the ARS cinemas, and the press bureau will operate in the offices of a coorganiser of the Festival – Krakow 2000 Bureau. The Festival happenings will go forth to rule the Main Market Square of Krakow as well as the city’s clubs and pubs (the official festival club is the Pod Jaszczurami; entrance only for accredited personnel). The six-metre-high statue of Tytan placed in the Main Market Square will mark the organisational bureau of the Festival. It is there that accreditations will be issued and information will be available (from 4 pm on 16th May to 8 pm on 19th May).

Kraków Valley Golf & Country Club

by Maggies

Kraków golf course are located in Krzeszowice - Paczó³towice, about 40 km went to Kraków. There is 18-hole course, 6-hole course which is as far as I went, a sports shooting range, a horse-riding club and other facilities like hotel or conference centre. It's all set in the beautiful area of 160 ha on the edge of Krakow-Czestochowa Upland.


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