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Archive for August, 2015

Koniec lata – end of the summer Posted by on Aug 31, 2015

Summer went by so fast…And now it’s back to school time. I still enjoy beautiful weather here in New Hampshire and will still take couple of nice trips to the ocean.. Today I found a beautiful Polish poem about end of the summer (although I was not able to find the name of the author):…

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Great Polish libraries Posted by on Aug 27, 2015

Many predict that the digital age will wipe public bookshelves clean, and permanently end the centuries-old era of libraries. As libraries’ relevance comes into question, librarians face an existential crisis at a time when students need them the most. Despite their perceived obsolescence in the digital age, both libraries and librarians are irreplaceable for many…

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What international festivals in Poland would you like to see? Posted by on Aug 12, 2015

Poland is a place where many cultural events happen, no doubt about that! Throughout the years big Polish cities organized a bunch of festivals. Their range vary from smoky jazz sessions and students days to serious classical music performances. There are also all kinds of folklore and sailor festivals. Here are some of these great…

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Jaka dziś pogoda? What’s today’s weather? Posted by on Aug 10, 2015

From the scorching summer days spent sipping piwo (beer) in the park, to the leg deep, powder snow of Poland’s winter ski resorts, the eerie thick mists that smothers Kraków’s spires in autumn, the Baltic winds that crash against its coast, and the crashing rain that sporadically punctuates the colder months, when it comes to…

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Everything about childhood in Polish! Posted by on Aug 2, 2015

What are your favorite childhood memories? Everyone has some of these…i remember playing with my brothers and cousins “the city”…We barely had any neighbors, because our land was stretching as far as you could see. We grew fruit, mostly apples. My parents, my grandparents, my aunts and uncles, we all had huge fruit farms! And…

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