A Crash Course in Polish Holidays!

I need to know about the Harvest Festival, NOW!

Polish holidays is for not-quite-dummies-just-people-with-less-time-on-their-hands.

A country’s holidays and traditions can give you an insight into the culture… but there are just so many holidays out there, and all require a fair bit of reading to learn about!

No problem, we have you covered!  Polish Holidays: An Introduction is just that, an introduction to Polish holidays.  You’ll get the basic gist of the holiday (plus a bit of juicy info) without the hassle of reading tomes and tomes of reference material!

Clocking in at a whopping 20 pages, Polish Holidays: An Introduction will teach you about the Harvest Festival (Dożynki), All Saints’ Day (Zaduszki), St. Nicholas’ Day (Mikołajki), Christmas Eve (Wigilia), Christmas (Boże Narodzenie), New Year’s Eve (Sylwester), Three Kings (Trzej Królowie), Carnival (Karnawał), Fat Thursday (Tłusty Czwartek), and Easter (Wielkanoc).  What more could you ask for?!

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