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Prima Aprilis in Poland, April Fools’ Day Posted by on Mar 31, 2017

There’s this special day once in a year when you need to watch yourself and constantly make sure you don’t get pranked. Who knows, maybe in some cases you can’t even trust yourself as during this particular day almost anything is possible! April Fools’ Day is called as Prima Aprillis in Poland. It is…

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Have you visited Errant Rocks in Poland, also known as Błędne Skały? Posted by on Mar 25, 2017

Although they are called the Errant Rocks in English, Błędne Skały looks almost intentional. As perfectly chiseled paths lead visitors on hikes, their imaginations can run wild among the natural forms of the rocks nestled near the Table Mountains of Poland. Errant Rocks is a set of blocks of rock at a height of 853…

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Can you find ostriches in Poland? Posted by on Mar 22, 2017

Sure you can! Ostrich farming in the west began several years ago. It came to Europe through South Africa and North America due to the high quality of the meat and skin. The growing popularity of ostrich farming in the world is associated with the possibility of all-round use. These birds provide meat, eggs, feathers, and…

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How does Poland welcome Spring? Posted by on Mar 20, 2017

In every culture, where the winter is long, dark and cold, people have made a great effort to ensure that spring arrives on time; they search for signs in nature to confirm that the long awaited spring is just around the corner. In Poland , one of these signs is the return of the storks…

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How to describe your health in Polish Posted by on Mar 15, 2017

Traveling is so much fun! Visiting family and friends, learning about new country, seeking adventures – all sounds great. And we are hoping that everything will go well. But what if all of the sudden you don’t feel good? Getting sick can put a damper on any vacation, but it can be especially unsettling and…

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