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    First Ladies of Poland and Cyprus Promote Education and Cultural Heritage in Royal Łazienki

    First Ladies Agata Kornhauser-Duda of Poland and Philippa Karsera of Cyprus visited Warsaw’s Royal Łazienki, exploring the “Art of Good Thinking” exhibition and the White House interiors. Their visit highlighted Poland’s rich cultural heritage, including the first exhibition on Stanisław Herakliusz Lubomirski.

    During lunch, the First Ladies discussed educational initiatives and support for people with disabilities. Kornhauser-Duda shared insights on the National Fund for Children, promoting the talents of young people through various artistic and scientific programs.

    Kornhauser-Duda also highlighted the St. Nicholas Foundation’s efforts to support talented youth from low-income families. Karsera shared Cyprus’s scholarship programs for outstanding students, reflecting both countries’ commitment to nurturing young talent.

    Both First Ladies appreciated the accessibility of the sites they visited, with facilities such as ramps, audioguides, and tactile aids ensuring inclusivity. Their visit underscored the importance of making cultural heritage accessible to all.

    They also discussed tourism, noting that Cyprus remains a top destination for Polish travelers, second only to British tourists.

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