Faculty of History, University of Warsaw
Sources of monastic culture patterns – transformation and reception in medieval Poland: written culture, oral and visual transmission
Edition of the diary of the voivode of Vitebsk, Jan Antoni Chrapowicki (1673-1685), part IV-VII
Hebrew poetry of the golden age in al-Andalus. Anthology
“Ordinari Post Tijdender” as a source of knowledge about the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth – preliminary research
The Columned Hall
The Columned Hall is one of the most beautiful classical interiors in Warsaw. It is rented for the needs of UW units and external institutions.
The beautiful interior impresses with its atmosphere and the malachite splendour of its columns. Frederic Chopin used to walk through it. The hall is authentic and was not destroyed during the war. Currently, it houses figures from the collection of the former Plaster Cabinet of the University of Warsaw.