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Archive for April, 2015

Life is so short..you just never know…Życie jest takie krótkie…nigdy nie wiadomo… Posted by on Apr 29, 2015

Life is so short (życie jest takie krótkie)…We all know about it. You should never take anything for granted… So many of my close friends have passed away unexpectedly within last months. People, I thought I will share life with for a long time…But you just never know (ale nigdy nie wiadomo)! You get upset…

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Great museums to visit in Poland Posted by on Apr 24, 2015

Here is a list of some great museums worth visiting in Poland! Everyone should find something interesting:) Museum of the Warsaw Uprising (Warsaw) Muzeum Powstania Warszawskiego: When you’re done walking through the exhibitions and watching the startling documentaries filmed during the fighting in 1944 on display here, you’ll understand a lot more about the Poles’ resolve…

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Polish economy today Posted by on Apr 14, 2015

If you know Polish history, you cannot help but marvel at the country’s emergence from the ashes of its traumatic past (powstanie kraju z popiołów swojej traumatycznej przeszłości). Over the last 25 years, Poland, after centuries of war and subjugation (po wiekach wojen i niewoli), has enjoyed peace (pokój), a stable and booming economy (stabilna…

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Tug of war on water! What else will Poles come up with? Posted by on Apr 7, 2015

It looks like a lot of fun! Have you heard about it yet, all the sports fans out there? Check out this video of a brilliant new rowing game, “invented” in Poland. In a twist on old favourite Tug of War, two teams (dwie drużyny) of rowers (wioślarze) – six on six – face each…

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Happy Easter! Wesołych Świąt Wielkanocnych! Posted by on Apr 4, 2015

Happy Easter to all of you! Here are few Easter wishes, that you can send to your friends in Polish:)   Staropolskim obyczajem dużo szynki życzę z jajem, miodu pełne baryłeczki oraz trochę gorzałeczki. No, a w lany poniedziałek – na kark wody pełen dzbanek. By old Polish custom, I wish you a lot of…

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