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Archive for March, 2016

Don’t get fooled tomorrow – Prima Aprilis is coming! Posted by on Mar 31, 2016

There’s this special day once in a year when you need to watch yourself and constantly be making sure you don’t get pranged. Who knows, maybe in some cases you can’t even trust yourself as during this particular day almost anything is possible. You probably already know what I’m talking about – April Fools’ Day!…

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Get you water toys ready for the Polish Wet Monday! Posted by on Mar 27, 2016

You probably heard about Śmigus Dyngus! It is a tradition in which people use bucket pails or water guns to soak each other with water. Easter Monday in Poland is a holiday and is called Śmigus-Dyngus or Lany Poniedzialek (wet Monday). This is a wonderful day of fun. It was traditionally the day when boys…

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How these beautiful Polish Easter poems tell the story about Easter Posted by on Mar 26, 2016

Poems can tell a story in a beautiful way! I found these 2 beautiful Polish Easter poems and wanted to share them with you. I tried to do my best translating them for you:) Bóg odrzucił ten kamień God moved this stone Bóg odrzucił ten kamień jakby nic nie ważył I wstał tak lekko z…

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Beautiful Easter Palms in Poland and history behind them Posted by on Mar 20, 2016

Poland is a country full of unique traditions and customs, especially when it comes to holidays. As Easter is one of the most important holidays, I would like to tell you a few things about it so you won’t be surprised if you get a chance to celebrate it in our country. As you might…

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Let’s celebrate International Women’s Day with some great Polish songs about women! Posted by on Mar 8, 2016

Today is International Women’s Day (Międzynarodowy Dzień Kobiet) I always loved this holiday in Poland. Growing up as an only girl in the family (I have two brothers), my father would always make sure that I felt very special on that day (and actually any other day for that matter – I was his princess!).…

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