Stanisław Figiel: ON THE SOUTH-WESTERN EDGE OF THE CARPATHIANS
A report of the Carpathian Society’s excursion to Banat, Oltenia and western Muntenia regions of Romania.
Piotr Skrzypiec, Maciej Żemojtel: PINK-AND-YELLOW MOUNTAINS. MUNTII GODEANU — THE MATERIALS FOR MONOGRAPHYAn extensive geographical ant tourist description of the one of the less-known mountain ranges of the Southern Carpathians.
Natalia Figiel: AN IMPORTANCE OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH FOR THE ENDURING OF THE POLISH ETHNIC TRADITIONS IN THE ROMANIAN PART OF BUCOVINA
A brief history of the deyelopment of the Roman Catholic Church parochies in the Bucovina yillages, inhabited by Poles.
TADEUSZ STAPIŃSKI – CONSUL OF THE REPUBLIC OF POLAND IN CLUJ
The excerpts from the diary of the Polish diplomat, working in Romania in late thirties of 20th century, accompanied with photographs, attached to this diary.
Felix Rosca: DOES PORUMBESCU NAME WAS GOŁĘBIOWSKI?
A brief biography of the outstanding Romanian composer of 19th century, probably of Polish origin, accompanied with the analysis of the available information about nationality of his ancestors.
Radosław Siekierzyński: A RAILROAD TO PAST
A vivid description of the journey by the narrow-gauge railroad in the Vaser valley (in the Marmaros Mts., Romania)
Jerzy Montusiewicz: A KEY TO THE MOUNTAIN TOURISM IN ROMANIA, CORRECTED AND ENLARGED
An updated yersion of an extensive bibliography of maps, guides and other tourist publications, dealingwith the Romanian Carpathians, printed in Romania, Poland and other countries as well.
Dariusz Czerniak: GORGES OF THE MUNTII APUSENI
The collection of the photographs, presenting the most interesting gorges and karst landscapes in the south-western Romania, broadly commented.
Edward Marszałek: STONEMASONS FROM CZARNORZEKI
A brief history of the stone-masonry in one of the Rusyn village nearby Strzyżów in the Subcarpathian Region.
Roman Frodyma: „THE HITLER’S SHEATHS”
A description of the mysterious military constructions, build by the Nazis in 1940-41 nearby Strzyżów in those-time occupied Poland.
Janusz M. Roszkowski: THE LIFE OF JANOS TOMCSANYI
The biography of Janos-Tomcsanyi, a Hungarian of Polish (Oravian) origin, a translator of the Polish literaturę and promoter of the Polish-Hungarian rapprochement.
Mychajło Rewakowycz: THE MISCELLANY ABOUT BEARS
The huntsman’s memoirs from the interwar period by the outstanding huntsman, being the Greek-catholic priest from Wolosianka in the Eastern Bieszczady Mts.