Polish Culture and Language

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

Polish Proverbs

DINOLINGO As a country with a unique and varied history, Poland has many sayings for many occasions and situations. Here are a few of them: Pokorne cielę dwie matki ssie: “A humble calf will feed from two mothers.”  The English equivalent is “Humility gets you everywhere.” O wilku mowa, a wilk tuż tuż: “Speak of …

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Polish Fun Facts

DINOLINGO 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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