December 26 2009 Polish Culture Newsletter
Probably many of you have attended or seen, at least on TV, the Independence Day of the United States. Therefore many tourists visiting Polad expect the same feast and celebration. They might be a little bit disappointed.
Independence Day has nothing to do with any joy or fireworks. The Poles on that day are calm and grateful to those who fought for Independence of Poland.
Of course the Independence Day does not celebrate the day when Poland became a country - it celebrates the day when Poland gained its freedom anew. Read the article to get to know more!!!
Independence Day of Poland
Gaining back independence by Poland is celebrated on 11th of November. As the Poles look back on that day on their past, it is the day of remembrance over those who fought for Polish freedom. It is still one of the most important events in Poland.
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