Polish Culture and Language

Polish Clothing

On festivals and special occasions, Polish people wear traditional folk costumes.  These are different in each of the regions of Poland, but most are brightly colored and embroidered.  The women wear long, colorful skirts with ribbons and white blouses with an embroidered vest.  They may wear their hair in braids or a wreath of flowers …

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Polish Fun Facts, Food, music, language and more..

Polish Fun Facts – Poland The symbol of Warsaw, Poland’s capital, is a mermaid. The symbol of Poland is a white eagle, and throughout the country’s history, the eagle has sometimes been depicted wearing a crown or not wearing a crown, depending on the government and occupying nations of Poland. Currently, the eagle wears a crown. Every hour, the …

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Polish fun facts

The symbol of Warsaw, Poland’s capital, is a mermaid. The symbol of Poland is a white eagle, and throughout the country’s history, the eagle has sometimes been depicted wearing a crown or not wearing a crown, depending on the government and occupying nations of Poland. Currently, the eagle wears a crown. Every hour, the trumpeter of Krakow plays the same melody from …

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Polish Food

Poland has many hearty meals and specialties. Here are some of the examples of Polish Cuisine. Golabki (Polish Cabbage Roll): It’s a traditional Polish dish made from boiled cabbage leaves wrapped around ground pork or beef with chopped onions, barley, and baked like a casserole with tomato sauce. Goulasz (Goulash): In Poland, Goulash is a …

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Polish Baby Names

Here are some names for boys and girls in Poland! Boys: Antoni Anzelm Bronek Casmir Damian Jacus Jarek Joaquin Girls: Alenka Ania Celina Cyla Felicja Halina Kasia Polish lessons for kids

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