Poland

What is Poland's national costume?

kontoosh ("kontusz" in polish)

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What to pack on a holiday to poland in summer?

short t-shirts & pants, sandals for hot days a hoodie or rainjacket, trousers, light shoes for rainy days usually it's about 40% hot days, 40% cloudy days, 20% rainy days, but that can vary.

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How many people visit Poland every year?

Poland has about 1.2 million visitors each year. The most popular cities for tourists to visit are Krakow, Wroclaw, Gdansk, Warsaw, Poznan, Lublin, and Torun.

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What is the traditional housewarming gift in Poland?

flowers! and booze of course... Salt - To Add Spice To Your Life Bread - That You Will Never Go Hungry Wine - For A Joyful Household Flowers are nice too.

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Is Halloween celebrated in Poland?

Halloween is celebrated in Poland in the large cities. Children trick-or-treat and some teenagers and adults attend costume parties on Halloween.

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Why are bits of hay underneath the tablecloth in Poland for there traditional meal?

Actually because it's a tradition to bring good luck.

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What kind of holidays do people in Poland celebrate?

01 January (Saturday) New Year 04 April (Sunday) Easter 05 April (Monday) Easter Monday 01 May (Saturday) International Workers' Day 03 May (Tuesday) May-3rd-Constitution Day 23 May (Monday) Pentecost 03 June (Thursday) - Corpus Christi 15 August (Sunday) - Assumption of Mary 01 November (Monday)...

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Why are bits of straw put underneath the tablecloth at the traditional Christmas meal in Poland?

Actually because it's a tradition to bring good luck.

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What are some Polish wedding traditions?

Polish Wedding Traditions In Polish weddings the celebrations may continue for two or three days. In the past, the engagement ceremony was organized by the future groom as a formal family gathering, during which he asked his chosen lady to marry him. In the recent years this custom has changed an...

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What holidays in Poland are different from those in the US?

The most different holiday is Velia, which is Polish Christmas Eve. They do not eat any meat but the desserts are amazing! They also celebrate Christmas for an entire week and the preparation is much more elaborate than what any American would do.

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How many Polish holidays are there?

At present there are twelve (12) official public holidays in Poland. They are: New Year's Day Easter Sunday The Monday after Easter Sunday Labor Day (1 May) Constitution Day (3 May) Pentecost Sunday - the 7th Sunday after Easter Corpus Christi - the 9th Thursday after Easter (a Church holiday) A...

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