Sessions of the European Board of National Archivists (EBNA) shall be held on 6th and 7th October 2011 on the premises of the Polish Academy of Arts and Sciences (Polska Akademia Umiejętności). The session of 7th October will be combined with a meeting of the European Archives Group (EAG).
The meeting of DLM Forum members will be held between 7th and 8th November 2011 in Novotel Warszawa Centrum in Warsaw.
We wish to encourage guests from abroad to visit the official Internet portal of Poland: www.poland.gov.pl. The website will allow you to find out more about the country and access all necessary information enabling you to prepare your stay in Poland.
Cracow is Poland’s second biggest city, and also one of the oldest. During your stay, you will have the opportunity to see many valuable objects and buildings that form part of Poland’s national heritage.
For more information on Cracow, please visit the following websites:
Warsaw is the major economic, political and cultural hub of Poland. The city is situated in the very heart of Poland, right next to the geographical center of Europe. Warsaw is one of Europe’s most rapidly developing cities. The Old Town was razed to the ground during World War II and meticulously rebuilt afterwards. It is one of UNESCO World Heritage sites. Warsaw’s numerous parks, vivid cultural life and interesting museums seduce and charm the visitors to the city.
For more information on Warsaw, please visit websites: