On Saturday, October 27th  in Zaporębie Street, at the border of Krakow’s Branice and Przylasek Rusiecki, in the vicinity of two projects implemented by Kraków Nowa Huta of the Future S.A. – The Błonia 2.0 Open Area for Large-scale Events and “Przylasek Rusiecki” – rest-and-recreation area with auxiliary services –100 precious oaks were planted to celebrate 100 years of Poland’s independence and liberation of Krakow from foreign rule.

 he oaks were planted together by citizens and Krakow’s authorities – Mayor of the City of Krakow  prof. Jacek Majchrowski and Chairman of the Krakow City Council Bogusław Kośmider, as well as by Krakow’s consular corps. Trees planted by Krakow’s diplomats were dedicated to the partner cities of Malopolska’s capital. The oak with “Leipzig” plaque was planted by the Chairman of the Board of Kraków Nowa Huta of the Future S.A. PhD Artur Paszko. The trees planted were arranged in the shape of Poland’s borders and the pathway winding among them reflects Vistula’s flow. After the planting, a campfire and sausage roasting were awaiting the participants. Soon, the citizens of Krakow will have the opportunity to walk in the park and rest in the shadow of trees, they planted themselves.