Puzzles promoting the EEA and Norway Grants
The puzzles were made in June 2020, during the COVID-19 pandemic restriction period, under the slogan #stayathome.
They relate to 3 projects implemented under the EEA and Norway Grants. Their aim is to promote, educate and inform about the support coming from Iceland, Norway and Liechtenstein.
The puzzles were distributed to child care homes all over the country and to the beneficiaries who implemented these projects.
The castle in Lidzbark Warmiński remembers the times of real knights – it was built over 600 years ago! It was not only a fortress, i.e. a defensive structure, but also a representative seat of bishops. Thanks to the EEA Grants, renovation of external walls, roof, turrets and cellars was performed. Specialists in the preservation of old and valuable objects, i.e. conservators, also described each of the historic items found there.
The project "Conservation and restoration of the 14th century castle in Lidzbark Warmiński – pearls of Gothic architecture in Poland" was carried out with the support of EEA Grants by the Museum of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn – Branch of the Warmian Museum in Lidzbark Warmiński.
Before humans built the hives, they used the work of wild forest bees. Their houses – beehives – were located in tree hollows. From there, 150 years ago honey was collected by forest beekeepers. Today, thanks to the Norway Grants, we can learn about their work in the Augustów Forest District. There you will also learn how important bees are – they carry pollen from plants, which is why we have fruits and seeds. Let's protect the bees – without them there would be no food for humans and animals.
The project "Traditional beekeeping as the rescue of wild bees in forests" was implemented with the support of Norway Grants by the Augustów Forest District.
Every child knows that policemen keep order. They pursue criminals who cheat, steal or harm people. Sometimes they are even whole groups that operate in several countries. To stop them, you need a lot of knowledge, experience and cooperation of many policemen. Thanks to trainings organized from the Norway Grants, police officers can take better care of our safety.
The project "Drakkar: Polish-Norwegian course for the security of the Schengen area" was carried out with the support of Norway Grants by the Mazovian Voivodeship Police Headquarters based in Radom.