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768 applications for 71 monuments – this is the result of the Our Monument I Competition in Łódzkie and Kujawsko-Pomorskie voivodeships. During the call for entries, that lasted for four weeks (29.10 – 26.11), Most the Most Foundation received 441 applications for 29 monuments from the inhabitants of Łódzkie voivodeship and 327 applications for 42 monuments from the inhabitants of Kujawsko-Pomorskie. The propositions are varied, however the inhabitants’ huge commitment and care for local heritage is their common denominator.
Although St. Barbara is the patron of hard work, she is most associated with mining. And so for many years December 4 is the feast day of miners.
Knight of the Order of Virtuti Militari, November Uprising insurgent and ideologist of the uprising, but also literary critic and pianist. On November 27, 2021 the remains of Maurycy Mochnacki, with due respect, were transferred from France to Poland. On the same day the Hero was buried at the Powązki Military Cemetery in Warsaw.
PLN 1 MLN from Most the Most Foundation for the Palace in Kiełczyn – this is the result of the agreement signed today between the Foundation and Dzierżoniów municipality on the co-financing of the restoration of historic Palace in Kiełczyn – the winner of Our Monument pilot competition in Dolnośląskie voivodeship. Thanks to the commitment of the inhabitants of Kiełczyn, Dzierżoniów and the surrounding areas, openness for cooperation of Dzierżoniów municipality and the grant from Most the Most foundation, the Palace in Kiełczyn will not only restore its former glory but will also be the place for integration, education and development for the inhabitants.
Do you live in Łódzkie or Kujawsko-Pomorskie voivodeship? Do you want to have a positive impact on your surroundings and become a local hero? Are you interested in local history, culture, monument protection? Do you know any historic spots in your area that are worth giving new life? Take part in “Our Monument” competition. Call for entries was launched on October 29 and will last till November 26, 2021.
The Manor in Niećkowo in Podlasie and the Palace in Kiełczyn in Lower Silesia won Our Monument Competition pilot organized by Most the Most Foundation. Congratulations to the winners and special thanks to the applicants and the owners of the monuments for their commitment. Now is the time for II Competition in which the inhabitants of those towns and surrounding areas can submit their ideas for the social function of the winning monuments.
Over 140 applications – this is the result of the pilot Our Monument II Competition in Podlaskie and Lower Silesia voivodeships. During the call for entries that lasted three weeks, the local societies sent us their ideas for the social function of the Manor in Niećkowo in Podlasie (104 applications) and the Palace in Kiełczyn in Lower Silesia (38 applications). Both of these objects were the winners in Our Monument I Competition pilot.
Polish village is rich in traditions. Harvest festival is one of the most known. It is a folk feast at the culmination of work on the fields that lasts from spring throughout the entire summer. Harvest festival is now celebrated from mid-August till September, on Saturday or Sunday.
On July 5, 2021 the call for entries for the 1st part in a pilot edition of “Our monument” competition finished. Most the Most Foundation received 250 applications of monuments from Lower Silesia and 71 from Podlasie. The proposals are varied, however their common denominator is the bottom-up involvement of local communities and their care for our heritage. Now the selection board will choose one monument from all the entries in each pilot voivodeship. In the next step the inhabitants can apply with the ideas of how they would like to use the chosen monuments after their restoration.
Have you ever heard about Kupala Night and Midsummer Night? And do you know these are two different festivals?
Do you live in Podlaskie or Lower Silesia voivodeship? Do you want to have a positive impact on your surroundings? Are you interested in local history, culture, monument protection? Do you know any historic spots in your area that are worth giving new life? Take part in “Our Monument” competition.
Such polish greeting functioned already in the times that lasted from 16th till the end of 18th century. We wanted to welcome You with bread and salt, however it is simply impossible via the Internet.