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Joseph Mallord William Turner’s artwork in Kraków Posted by on Dec 2, 2011

Today something for those of you who are interested in Impressionism and Symbolism in the art’s world. The artworks by Joseph Mallord William Turner will be on display between October 15th , 2011 and January 8th , 2012 at the Main Building of the National Museum in Kraków. For the first time in Poland, the National…

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Prohibition signs on Polish roads Posted by on Nov 30, 2011

Few days ago I wrote about Traffic safety and road conditions on Polish roads I shared with you a video about warning signs you may see on the roads in Poland. Today a little information about Prohibition signs. No entry – zakaz wjazdu No entry for unauthorized vehicles. Usually shown as a red circle with a white rectangle…

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Love is in the air ♥ Posted by on Nov 29, 2011

Love is always in the air! And we all express it different ways… Today I wanted to give you some examples how to express “love” in words in Polish! In Poland, terms of endearment are often animal related and calling someone teddy bear, kitten, froggie, baby tiger or mouse is quite normal. It’s also popular to use…

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Days, months, compass directions Posted by on Nov 28, 2011

Here are some words you want to remember to describe date and location: poniedziałek Monday, w poniedziałek on Monday wtorek Tuesday, we wtorek on Tuesday środa Wednesday, w środę on Wednesday czwartek Thursday, w czwartek on Thursday piątek Friday, w piątek on Friday sobota Saturday, w sobotę on Saturday niedziela Sunday, w niedzielę on Sunday Compass Directions północ north, na północy in the north wschód east, na wschodzie in the east południe south, na południu in…

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You are in trouble! Posted by on Nov 28, 2011

While traveling in Poland, you are subject to its laws, even if you are a U.S. citizen. Foreign laws and legal systems can be vastly different from our own. In some places you may be taken in for questioning if you don’t have your passport with you. It is illegal in Poland to take pictures…

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