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November 13 2009 Polish Culture Newsletter

Hello to All!

Not long ago we celebrated All Saint's Day in Poland. During that time almost everybody visits the cemeteries where their relations and friends rest. Although it might seem like a sad moment, it gives hope and remembrance over the good moments that we spent with our beloved ones.

The cemeteries are beautifully embellished with flowers and wreaths. Some of them have small flags with writings such as 'RIP'. And all of them have candles lit what looks especially amazing at night. If you ever have a chance to visit Poland while All Saints' Day, do not miss visiting the most beautiful cemeteries in the country. They might be also place of interest for those passionate about so called 'small architecture' (as many of them are real pieces of art) or those looking for the graves of their heroes.

You are invited to read about the most popular cemeteries in Poland!

Astonishing Polish cemeteries
The most known burial places are situated in Warsaw, Krakow and Zakopane. They feature astonishing architecture and great people who have been buried on them. Those cemeteries are ranked among the most precious monuments of Poland.


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Many greetings from Poland!

Barbara Swiech, Polish Culture Editor

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