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Kalwaria Zebrzydowska Sanctuary
The sanctuary in Kalwaria Zebrzydowska dates back to the beginning of 17th century. The calvaries as such started, however, in 15th century in Spain. Kalwaria Zebrzydowska can boast also of 16th century monastery and painting of Holy Mary.
Karol Wojtyla – the Polish Pope
Karol Wojtyla, known to most of the people as John Paul II, was one of the greatest Poles in history of the country. His death, despite his age, was not expected as he seemed to an immortal hero who would stay with us forever.
Kashubians in Poland
The ethnic group of Kashubians inhabits West coast of Baltic Sea within Poland's borders. They do not only keep their separate and unique identity through culture but also through the language they use. They are direct off-springs of Pomeranians, one of Slavic tribes.
Katyn by Andrzej Wajda, a film review
Every country has events that come back still unsolved. One of them is Katyn Massacre that was screened by Wajda. Although not all the documents concerning Katyn are public, the director tried to show the suffering and sacrafice of victims and their families.
Kazimierz – Jewish district of Krakow
Jewish quarter is one of the most popular parts of Krakow, among the locals and the tourists. The heritage, cosy cafes and restaurants offering live music add to the popularity of the district. Recommended to every visitor of Krakow.
Kazimierz Gorski and his dream team
Soccer is probably the most popular and loved sport in Poland. While the condition of Polish football nowadays brings more hopes than promises, the Poles very often come back with their memories to its most successful days.
Kopytka (Little Hooves) recipe
Potato dumplings, that remind with their shape little hooves, may be served in various ways. They are easy and cheap to make. Kopytka taste wonderfully with spicy toppings as well as with sugar and melted butter on it.
Krakow - enchanting city.
The Royal City of Krakow is especially popular among the tourists. It is not only the history and monuments that make it exceptional but also cultural events and unique ambience. It is recommended place for a visit for holidays or romantic trip.
Krakow, burial place for the greatest
The city, that used to be the capital of Poland, is thought to be the necropolis of the greatest Poles. It offers its visitors two places where the remains of kings, rulers, poets and painters are hidden: Wawel Cathedral and Sklalka church.
The dish is one these that are popular during Christmas Eve dinner in some regions of Poland. It consists of cabbage that is one of Polish most favorites ingredients. It may be prepared in a vegetarian way or with meat. Tastes even better with red borscht.
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