The premiere of “Poland: The Royal Tour” in Poland

The Royal Tour is a widely known American series of television specials presenting a guided tour of a country hosted by the given country’s head of government or head of state. The international series of documentary films is produced by Emmy Award-winning journalist and TV producer Peter Greenberg. The Polish edition is hosted by Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki.

 


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Photo: Krystian Maj / Chancellery of The Prime Minister of Poland

A beautiful history, inspiring present and great prospects for the future is what we want to show the world said the Prime Minister.

The Royal Tour provides an opportunity to present the rich and valuable history of Poland both at home and abroad, to cultivate the Polish identity and develop national awareness. The documentary shows Poland as a modern country that draws a lot from its tradition and history. The audience will tour places such as Warsaw, Wrocław, Kraków, Wieliczka, the former Nazi death camp of Auschwitz-Birkenau, as well as Malbork, Gdynia and Hel.

Previous editions’ featured leaders included the king of Jordan, prime minister of New Zealand, president of Mexico and Peru or prime minister of Israel.

We are trying to win back our place on the map of Europe and the entire world. One of the key aspects is taking care of Poland’s reputation. We have many tools at hand to inspire others and be a tourist power the head of government stressed.

He also pointed out that when creating an economy today, it is necessary to look for new areas of economic development and rely on innovation. Poland is constantly being modernized and this is what the film was supposed to show.

The official premiere took place in the Wieliczka Salt Mine. The film premiered earlier at the American Academy of Movies, Arts and Science in Los Angeles, at the Lyric Opera in Chicago and the Guggenheim Museum in New York.


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