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A leading Polish cultural official said Thursday he is convinced of the existence of a Nazi treasure train that has been missing for 70 years and which two men claim to have found recently.

Part of a subterranean system built by Nazi Germany in what is today Gluszyca-Osowka, Poland. According to Polish lore, a Nazi train loaded with gold, and weapons vanished into a mountain at the end of World War II.

On Easter Monday the water consumption in Poland shoots way up and this is due to an ancient custom that is still observed today, in villages and cities alike. It is called Smigus Dyngus or Wet Monday when people sprinkle each other with water on the day after Easter, or, in the case of young people, they don't sprinkle but douse each other with buckets of water.

The Polish Women’s Alliance of America is a fraternal benefit society that serves the insurance, investment, educational and volunteer needs of the Polish and Polish American communities, contains information about insurance and annuities

A leading Polish cultural official said Thursday he is convinced of the existence of a Nazi treasure train that has been missing for 70 years and which two men claim to have found recently.

Part of a subterranean system built by Nazi Germany in what is today Gluszyca-Osowka, Poland. According to Polish lore, a Nazi train loaded with gold, and weapons vanished into a mountain at the end of World War II.

Who Are Slavic People?

Slavic people are a race descended from Indo-European roots that once shared a common language. Today, the majority of Slavic.

Riiiight, here’s some late-night polish love for everybody! I have something other than polish planned for my next post, so enjoy the pretty for now <3 Today I have 6 Mode polishes for you…

Mode Nail Polish Swatches

Riiiight, here’s some late-night polish love for everybody! I have something other than polish planned for my next post, so enjoy the pretty for now Today I have 6 Mode polishes for you…

Polish Easter Baskets

Ideas for traditionally Polish foods for Easter lunch. From Frugally Blonde on Catholic Icing.

Not my circus not my monkeys funny Polish saying Coffee Mug

Not my circus not my monkeys funny Polish saying Coffee Mug

Not my circus not my monkeys funny Polish saying Classic White Coffee Mug

Dyngus Day Buffalo, New York, has its own particular breed of strange love. Stemming from a Polish tradition, Dyngus Day has men sprinkling the women they fancy with water. The women then retaliate by hitting the men back with pussywillow branches. And then they eat bratwursts and wings and live happily ever after.

Dyngus Day is a wonderful Polish heritage celebration on the Monday after Easter Sunday.you don't have to be of Polish ancestry to enjoy it!

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The Valée sheepdog belongs to the group of sheepdogs descended by way of the Bergamasco from sheepdogs originally imported by the Phoenicians The Polish Lowland Sheepdog (Polish: Polski Owczarek Nizinny, also PON), is a medium-sized, shaggy-coated,

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Wanna go hard in the Christmas spirit department this year? I've got just the thing! Check out these adorably festive Christmas Tree nails! Start by painting your fingernails a fairly light nude co...

DIY Christmas Tree Nails

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The legend of Lajkonik goes back to medieval times, when Poland was often invaded by Mongol tribes from the East. In 1241, the people of Krakow successfully repelled one such attack and this triumphant day is celebrated every year on the first Thursday after the religious holiday of Corpus Christi during the Lajkonik Festival.  Today, the Lajkonik Festival begins with a colorful parade  led by the Lajkonik who prances around chasing people with his mace.

-Lajkonik Festival- This festival was held on June and celebrated a popular folklore story in Poland. Hobbyhorses paraded through the streets of Krakow, staying true to the year-old tradition.