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July 4 2009 Polish Culture Newsletter

Dear Polish Culture Site Readers,

The weather in Krakow is being crazy! It rains, then we get a lot of heat, rain again (with lightnings and thunders) and sun. One can never plan anything. One goes out for a walk in a beautiful weather and comes back totally wet! But that can never stop some people from travelling. The weather is not the only thing that matters while we are away from home. I also travelled a little bit recently. And I must say that I love mountains but the thunderstorm in the mountains is much more scary than in the city!

Todays article is about one of Polish National Parks. Some prefer sightseeing big cities, while others love nature. For the latter ones the National Park in Bialowieza is a perfect destination.

Where the bisons stroll.
The immense primeval forest is situated in the east of Poland, in Bialowieza National Park. The protected area offers its visitors extinct species of plants and animals. Among them the most popular are the Oak of Jagiello and European Bison.

And here is one of older articles:

300 Miles to Heaven, a film review
The film tells a true story of escape of two teenagers who wish to improve life conditions of their family. Great acting, wonderful music and an amazing story of children who oppose the reality they live in. Certainly worth watching!

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All the best and have a great weekend! I certainly intend to spend mine at the final concert of Jewish Culture Festival that takes place today in Krakow.

Barbara Swiech, Polish Culture Editor

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