Professor Jerzy Miziołek, art historian and head of Poland's National Museum in Warsaw, tells Poland IN what the most precious works of art in Poland are today, what treasures were lost during World War II and what are the chances of seeing them again.
Throughout centuries, Polish collectors amassed a wealth of valuable works of art and artefacts - a legacy that later became dispersed all across the world following World War II. When the war ended, the reconstruction effort began, and with it - the hunt for Poland's lost treasures.
Join us for a remarkable journey through time as we explore the great Polish museum collections and examine the possible fate of vanished masterpieces - including a famous painting by Raphael Santi himself!
Click here to watch the interview with Professor Jerzy Miziołek.