Victor Horta. The architect who changed the idea of house
Its most important buildings have survived to this day in an unchanged form and entered the UNESCO cultural heritage list.
News of vets from 41 centuries ago
Babylonian veterinarians' fees were high in Hammurabi's time. If a veterinarian performed surgery on 12 animals, he received enough silver to build a boat with a capacity of 60 g for this amount (1). The Babylonians used such boats to sail the Tigris and Euphrates rivers, writes Emanuel Maehek, a doctor, professor of ophthalmology at the Franciscan University in Lviv in a brochure published in 1903
Łukasz Czeszumski tells about a trip to the countries of South America
The dark face of Latin America. A hidden war, in which thousands of people die every year and a gigantic business bringing billions in profits - Kinga Bacewicz spoke with Łukasz Czeszumski, the author of the book "Biały Szlak, journeys through drug war zones" at the Academic Radio Luz
Through the streets of Wrocław in the Academic Radio Luz - Andrzej Waligórski
29 years ago, on May 10, 1992, Andrzej Waligórski, actor, poet, satirist, journalist and longtime collaborator of Polish Radio, died. In Wrocław, a gymnasium and a street in the southern part of the city are named after him.