About 300 demonstrators with colorful balloons and banners protested to draw attention to the lack of regulations in Polish law governing the status of relationships between same-sex couples. Wrocław, Poland. 25/09/2010
Several thousand football supporters of WKS Śląsk Wrocław football club celebrated in Wroclaw Market Square after their team won the Polish league championship for the second time in the club's history.
Polish nationalist celebrate Independence Day in Wroclaw. The demonstration was registrated as "March of the Patriots". There was also a protest of anti-Fascists who attempted to block nationalists. Poland. 11th November 2011
Polish nationalist celebrated Independence Day in Wroclaw. The demonstration was registrated as "March of the Patriots." There was also a protest of Anti-Fascists and the attempts to block the march of the nationalists. Wrocław. Poland. 11/11/2010
About 1500 people took part in the anti-racist parade in Wroclaw. The event was aimed at the affirmation of attitudes of openness, freedom, equality, tolerance and against aggression and activity of the extreme right.
After "Hoods march," around 20 minor nationalists broke into CRK - independent social-cultural center in Wroclaw. Police intervened and arrested burglars who were inside buildings. The only damage were broken window and doors.
In the Wroclaw Fan Zone, a large community of Ukrainians living in Poland and the Swedish fans support their national teams playing the first match in the UEFA Euro 2011. The match ended 2-1 with the victory a Ukrainian victory.
The trade union "Solidarnosc" organise a demonstration of taxi drivers who opposed deregulation of their profession. More than forty cars passed through the city center to the Lower Silesian Governor's office.
Clashes between fans and security by the gates of cram-full Wroclaw Fan Zone as some supporters were unable to get inside Fan Zone. Wroclaw hosted the match between Poland vs Czech Republic before 150 000 football fans.