The unveiling of the exhibition dedicated to the Holodomor
The Great Famine or - as the Ukrainians call it - Holodomor, was a crime. The artificially provoked famine in the Soviet Union between 1932 and 1933 caused mass deaths particularly in Ukraine.
The opening of the watercolor of Tadeusz Wojnarski
„Portraits accompanies the weapons of the Anders Army” - an exhibition under this title the Siberian Memorial Museum was first shown publicly on October 13 at Hotel Traugutta3 in Bialystok.
'RzeczyViste' in Lublin
'RzeczyViste' is an artistic installation wich was presented for the first time in April 2019 at the Kościuszko Market Square in Bialystok. On 18-19 September it could be seen in ... Lublin!
19th International March of Remembrance of Siberian Deportees
Siberian deportees and their families, representatives of state, representatives of provincial and local authorities, representatives of uniformed services, veterans, clergy, students and scouts - over a dozen thousand people from Poland and abroad took part in the 19th International March of Remembrance of Siberian Deportees.
“Wielkopolanie towards the Independent” – relation
The exhibition, concert and discussion panel - this is the result of cooperation of the Sybir Memorial Museum with the Wielkopolska Museum of Independence.
RzeczyViste - photographic relation
On 13 April, on the 79th anniversary of the second mass deportation of Polish citizens to the east, an amazing installation could be seen at the Kościuszko Square in Białystok.
About the Sybir Memorial Museum in Bielsk Podlaski and Hajnówka
As part of the commemoration of the second mass deportation’s anniversary (April 13, 1940), we visited Bielsk Podlaski and Hajnówka - towns with a large and active Siberian community.