They have festivals all throughout the year. There is the Drowning of Marzanna where the winter goddess was drowned in a river to Juwenalia and Wiankai festivals. They celebrate common U.S celebrations New years on January 1 and Easter in spring. Poland also celebrates a favorite here......Christmas!!! My favorite is All Saints Day where the decorate cemeteries with thousands of lit lanterns and lights.
Poland has a variety of foods. They make most of their dishes from cabbage,potatoes,beets, and meat lots of meat. A common meal is polish sausage(kiebosa)
and pioerogi. Pierogi is like ravioli but it has many kinds of fillings. They have spinach, jelly, bacon and much more.
Poland religion and language and dress
The majority of the people in Poland practice is Roman catholic since 2002. The Polish people speak Polish which is the official language . Who knew Poland`s language would be Polish. The girls would wear a dress with red decorations and men would wear brown robes that came with a hood. Today they dress much like us and wear traditional clothing during festivals. Many live in the countryside.
The Poland Memorial
Saint Alexanders Church
this church was established by the citizens . The church was brought down to the ground on 18 June 1826 . The church was rebuilt on 1895 ,but the process started in 1886. The church was brought down many more times during world wars and bombing. the church now is a famous attraction in Poland.
This castle is located in front of the Royal Castle . The castle is a tourist attraction and many important meetings are held here . The place was built in 1644 and is one of the oldest monuments. The place is surrounded by historic town houses and is a very deeply honored monument. The place is ready for everyone to discover its importance and beauty.
Saint Alexanders Church
Poland`s Christmas Traditions
Poland SantaPoland has Christmas and they enjoy waking up with small gifts in their stockings . Just like us they have a Santa but he come on December 6. Their Santa is called Mikolaj and he comes while the Poles are in the catholic church. In the morning small little treats are given to the children.
Poland celebrates Christmas but they celebrate for another reason. They don`t celebrate for Jesus death on the cross,they celebrate for the story of animals talking of forgiveness to those who offended them throughout the year . The cool thing about it is that not any one would think that happened. Who knows maybe stuff animals pty in you room while your at school learning whatever.