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Christmas is a very special time in Poland. Together with our families, most of us sing Christmas carols at the Christmas table. How about you surprise everyone and join us this year? Here's your chance! Learn some basic Polish Christmas vocabulary and learn to sing your first Christmas carol in Polish: 'Silent Night' ('Cicha Noc'). […]
Christmas is a very special time all around the world, yet every country has its own, unique ways of celebrating it. Have you been wondering how it is done in Poland? It would probably be best to book a trip to Poland and see it yourself, but if you haven't had a chance to do […]
The decision to choose Gdańsk as the location for the Museum of the Second World War is not surprising. After all, it is the place where the first shots of the war were fired. What is unusual, though, is the eye-opening take on the war that this ambitious museum presents.
Gdańsk is very different from other cities in Poland. As a seaport, it has been shaped and influenced by sailors and merchants from a variety of places.Its history is long and complicated, with periods of affiliation with the Polish Kingdom, the Teutonic Order, and even of being an independent city, which makes Gdańsk a very […]
There’s no need to convince anybody about the beauty of the major Polish cities. Warsaw with its meticulously rebuilt Old Town, the buzzing historic Kraków and the harbor city of Gdańsk - they’re all included in the itineraries of the most popular Poland tours. But if you step off the beaten path for a moment […]
In Poland, the night between 29 and 30 of November was believed to be especially suitable for fortune-telling. It used to be celebrated by young, unmarried girls, who hoped that on St. Andrew’s Eve their future husband would be revealed. Nowadays, both men and women join the celebrations, as it is the last occasion for […]
Last week was the 15th Polish Festival in Melbourne. It was such a pleasure for us to take part in it! Polish music and dance on the stage, people learning to dance polonaise in the streets, colorful folk clothes, lots of Polish food stalls - it all turned the Federation Square in Melbourne into Little […]
Let’s be honest: Poland isn’t the luckiest in the world when it comes to geographical location. It’s been through a lot and one day it was simply wiped off from the European map. It disappeared, but it never died. It lived on in people’s hearts and became independent again after 123 years of partitions (read […]
Hello, Australia! Have you been wondering what Poland is like? You can have a foretaste of this fascinating country without having to travel across the ocean! Just make sure to be in Melbourne on November 17 and find your way to Federation Square that is going to transform into Poland in a nutshell for the […]
People all around the world are about to celebrate Halloween. Although some of the younger generation in Poland (especially parents of small children) have adopted this custom and you can meet children trick-or-treating on the streets of the biggest Polish cities, Halloween is generally frowned upon by many Poles and especially by the Polish Church. […]
You’ve already wandered around the streets of London, Paris or Berlin. You’ve seen the ancient monuments in Athens and Rome. But there’s more to Europe than that. Those who have already had the luck to discover Poland, often refer to it as Europe’s best-kept secret, its hidden treasure. Over 1000 years of Polish history give […]
Typically, the sightseeing of Warsaw starts and ends on the left side of the Vistula river. But if you happen to arrive a day earlier or depart a day later, consider taking some time to cross the river and explore the less touristic side of Warsaw. Here's a short video that will give you an […]
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