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Zenon
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Post Posted: Fri Nov 30, 2012 1:48 pm      Post subject: Newsletter
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I noticed that the last newsletter sent from my name and the address: newsletter (AT) polishorigins.com landed in my other gmail account's... spam folder.

Gmail knew better that I shouldn't see my email Exclamation Isn't it interesting Question I don't know what criteria and logic gmail uses to mark emails as spam and move them to the spam folder.

So if you use gmail account and you already subscribed to PolishOrigins Newlsetter (or are PolishOrigins member) and you haven't seen our last message but you ARE interested in receiving the most important information from us in the future, you should check you spam folder in gmail account in search of our newsletter sent from: Zenon Znamirowski - PolishOrigins newsletter (AT) polishorigins.com. When you find it mark it as Not Spam.


Of course you can always read the archives of the newsletter here: http://polishorigins.com/12all/index.php?action=archive&nl=5 but there is no guarantee that you will be always up-to-date Smile.

To see of our latest message content click here: Forefathers Traces Tours 2012 and plans for 2013 .
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Post Posted: Wed Jan 29, 2014 5:56 am      Post subject: "We all are the storytellers..." - January 2014 n
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Have you ever thought about the value of a good story in traditional cultures?

The great storytellers were the most respected members of local communities. Imagine that in Polish villages, untill the 19th century, the majority of the society was illiterate, so their whole culture was based on oral communication. News, rumors, anecdotes, important historical and political events, and whole identity was strengthen by a constant repeating of the stories. Very often it was the only entertainment that people had during long, dark, winter nights...

There were amazing raconteurs among our ancestors!

We believe that genealogy is cherishing, and protecting the amazing stories of your family. And by sharing them you are making them alive!

Do you remember our last month discussion inspired by the Della M. Cummings Wright's text? Let's come back to this once again:

"We are the story tellers of the tribe. All tribes have one. We have been called, as it were, by our genes. Those who have gone before cry out to us: 'Tell our story'. So, we do. (...) So, as a scribe called, I tell the story of my family. It is up to that one called in the next generation to answer the call and take my place in the long line of family storytellers. That is why I do my family genealogy, and that is what calls those young and old to step up and restore the memory or greet those who we had never known before."

The whole text and discussion is on our Forum: http://polishorigins.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=2168

During the many years, we have meet a lot of incredible genealogists and storytellers. Some of them published their stories on our blog. Recently it was Mike Maslauskas and his "Genealogical Quest":

"To most people it probably seems as if all I do is collect vital facts: what year was this person born, did they marry, how many children, what year did they die. That is all important; however, I do much more than that. It is asking questions that people don't ask. When you ask questions that people don't normally ask, you get answers and stories that people don't normally hear".


There is something about the storytellers that they have a talent to attract interesting people and they are spiritus movens of some unexpected events... Mike is certainly one of them:

"What a moment! After years of research on my part and a series of uncanny coincidences this morning, we were talking to family members that had been lost exactly 100 years ago when my great grandfather left Poland for the United States in 1913. The way that this morning played out gives me the feeling that we are not working on simple coincidences however. This feels like much more than something simply serendipitous..."

If you have not the opportunity to read Mike's blog yet, you will find it here:

My Genealogical Quest

http://blog.polishorigins.com/category/my-genealogical-quest/

For sure one of the most interesting story our ancestors could tell us, would be about their emigration. Why did they decide to leave? How did they prepare for the journey? Were they asking themselves those questions: "What does life there look like? Will the people be kind? Is there a church? Will there be work? Will I ever come back home..

While studying the phenomenon of the emigration from Galicia, we have found plenty of breathtaking, amazing, worth telling stories... and sometimes they were terribly sad, but they tell a lot about our ancestors' lives...

"Most of them were lying on the deck, everywhere and anyhow it was possible, they placed their sheepskins and jerkins on the floor. Only the children did not care about the dangerous sea and the ship, they were running with noise and clamor, playing "hide and seek" between the ropes and barrels. At the bow of the ship, there was a group of over a dozen of people, men and women, in their colorful folk clothes from Podole region, bareheaded, which drew my attention. They were staring with the boundless resignation at the foaming billows of the sea, which were hitting the sides of the ship, blending the bright scarves and aprons with the salty rain".

Read the whole article:

Beyond the Big Water. Emigration from Galicia http://blog.polishorigins.com/category/emigration-from-galicia/ (go to the bottom of the page to start from the beginning)

Do you wish to make your family stories come alive? One of the best things that you could do is to visit the land of your ancestors. Find in Poland your own story to tell the following generations! We would love to help you with this. This is one of the reasons why we created our PO Galicia Tours.



We already have our first reservations and there are still openings for all our terms in 2014:


May 11-21, 2014
June 22 - July 2, 2014
July 13-23, 2014
August 13-23, 2014
September 7-17, 2014
October 5-15, 2014


See more details about PO Galicia Tour on our website: http://galicia.polishorigins.com.

PolishOrigins has also a story to tell. We have prepared PO Galicia Tour Media Kit. Why? Because we are proud and excited about the Tour and would like to reach even more people to take this adventure with us!


This Media Kit is dedicated for cultural organizations and societies, Polonia institutions, press, journalists, bloggers and all others that might like to hear about and share the PO Galicia Tour story.

Please, help us to share the Media Kit with anyone who might be interested! Thank you for sharing links: http://bit.ly/POGaliciaTour-MediaKit (html) or http://polishorigins.com/tour/pogaliciatour-mediakit.pdf (pdf).


Greetings from Poland!

Aga & PolishOrigins Team


Newsletter sent: 2014-01-27
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Post Posted: Wed Jul 02, 2014 10:05 am      Post subject:
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In case if you have not read it before, here is our latest newsletter:

New opportunities from Polish State Archives. PolishOrigins Monthly News

On 8th March 2008, the Polish Archives of Audio-Visual Records, founded in 1955, has been transformed into the National Digital Archives (NDA).

Since then, their main goals are:
to archive digital materials, including digital documents
to archive photographs, films and sound recordings
to create digital files of hard copy materials
to share information about archives
to make the collection accessible online.

A part of the National Digital Archives is the project Szukaj w archiwach (Search the archives) where the digitised documents are accessible for everyone, for free.

Such an opportunity for us genealogists!
What is more: the Polish Archives' online database is constantly growing.

Here are some news from Polish Archives:
Polish State Archives have now more than 11 589 600 scans available online!
On June 5 Polish Archives added another 1.3 million scans.

How to check if the desired parish records are available online?
Here is short instruction based on post of our PO Forum member 'rakow'. Thank you Paul!

1. Go to the website http://www.szukajwarchiwach.pl/
2. You might see the white pop-up with the title "Bazy danych w archiwach panstwowych" or "Databases in state archives". Just close it, by clicking on the grey X in the top right corner.
3. Click the Union Jack at the top, right corner of the page (or the German or Polish flag if you prefer).
4. Tick the box "only with scans / tylko ze skanami". Below the search box, select the tab "Everything / Wszystko" above the search box
(instead of the tab "Vital records and civil registers/
Akta metrykalne i stanu cywilnego", which most instructions for
this site steer you to).
5. Type the place name you are interested in into the search box.
6. Click "Search / Szukaj" .
7. See what comes up. There are lots of places that still have
nothing on line, but, you might get lucky, especially if you
have several places to try.
8. Scans are original and descriptions of search results are only in Polish:
Księga urodzeń = Birth register
Księga małżeństw = Marriage register
Księga zgonów = Death register
Akta stanu cywilnego = Civil registers (all BMD records in one book)

If you have questions about this or need some help, post your inquiry on our Forum in thread: 'Polish State Archives on-line database: szukajwarchiwach.pl'’ http://forum.polishorigins.com/viewtopic.php?t=2499.

More news

Recently, we enriched our Tours offer for ready-made, private tours in southern Poland. We would like to proudly present :

3 days tour: "Wooden treasures of Southern Poland"
See the itinerary here: http://polishorigins.com/document/wooden_treasures

Wooden architecture is something that we believe is unique in this part of Europe. It has always made a big impression on the people who visit this southern section of Poland.
During this 3-day trip from Kraków, you will visit wooden churches on the UNESCO heritage list. They include unique wooden architecture styles from the Podhale region and The Ethnographic Park in Sanok (Skansen).

The beautiful shapes, perfectly balanced proportions of the buildings, and the intricate woodcarvings are admired by visitors. And there is something more... the very special aroma of the old wood, and the nice coolness you encounter when you enter the building on a hot day. The tour takes place in the two provinces of southern Poland: Małopolska (Lesser Poland) and Podkarpackie (Subcarpathia) Province.

6 days "Mini Galicia Tour"
See the itinerary [url]here: http://polishorigins.com/document/mini_gt[/url]

This tour is designed for, but not limited to, people whose forefathers for generations had lived in Galicia (southern part of today's Poland). We want provide you the best possible opportunity to experience the world you ancestors had to leave.

Our goal is to enrich your understanding of your forefathers' life. If you liked the idea of our regular PO Galicia Tour but you have limited time: Mini Galicia Tour will be perfect for you!

As you can see on PolishOrigins Blog, a lot is happening in 2014. Currently we are publishing Carol’s blog: Wanderlust: Polska 2014

"And so it begins, our trip to Poland. Chilly here in Cleveland, but the sun is shining (...) After doing research on my Polish roots for 25+ years, I am finally going to visit the ancestral homeland..."

Read Carol’s story on PolishOrigins Blog: http://blog.polishorigins.com/category/wanderlust-polska-2014/

As we already mentioned in our May Newsletter PO Galicia Tours, in September 7-17 and October 5-15, are confirmed!
There are still openings available for both September and October dates.
Find more information on PO Galicia Tour website: http://polishorigins.com/document/galicia_tour

If you want, please help to spread the news! We would appreciate if you forward our mail to anyone you think might be interested in the topic.

Greetings from Poland!
PolishOrigins Team

Newsletter sent: 2014-06-30
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Post Posted: Mon Aug 04, 2014 10:12 am      Post subject:
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This has been a busy month! we would like to share the news with you.
In case you had no opportunity to see it before, here is our latest newsletter:

Bustling July. PolishOrigins Monthly News

July was a busy month for our whole PolishOrigins Team!
As we are in the middle of the touring season, there have been many emotional family meetings, hours of the research in the archives and miles spent along the way with our dearest guests.

Apart from the current events, we are continuing to work on the future of PolishOrigins.
We have already planned the dates of PO Galicia Tour in 2015:

May 10-20

Sep 6-16

Oct 4-14

If you make reservations by the end of 2014, you will only pay 5900 Polish zlotys total fee, for the whole package of the PO Galicia Tour in 2015.

Click here to make a reservation: http://polishorigins.com/document/gt2015

There is still an opportunity to join the PO Galicia Tour in September and October 2014. This year we have prepared something special for our guests. In one of the evenings Magdalena, who is a member of PolishOrigins Team, will show you a short presentation on bobbin lace. You will have the occasion to try your hand at making some simple patterns!

Magdalena prepared this video, showing how she made her doily from her favorite pattern:


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There are still openings available for both September and October dates.
Find more information on PO Galicia Tour website: http://polishorigins.com/document/galicia_tour

In 2015, we want to offer you the "Kingdom of Poland Tour" which will take place in the area of the former Congress Poland, and will be dedicated to all our guests whose forefathers came from this Russian partition.

More details about this new tour will be published soon!

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* Maybe you are planning to come to Poland, but you do not know how to start?

* Maybe you would like to be independent, and not part of a tour group.

* Maybe you have some special desires, and wish to have a tailor made tour, designed specially for you?

* Maybe you are not sure what to see, where to stay, how to organize your tour?

Send us your request and we will gladly prepare an itinerary suggestion for you.

Fill the simple tour request form and see what we can offer you: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1RFSa9KOG0l9dssBgWQyqAnbhSrwhEqM0u1oGva_1hEQ/viewform

See our exemplary itinerary of Family and Friends Tour:
http://polishorigins.com/tour/po_family_and_friends_tour_itinerary-example.pdf

Remember: it costs you nothing and does not oblige you to book our tour!

You can read about one of our latest Family and Friends tours on PolishOrigins Blog:
What we discovered about the Dudziks in Poland
"Incredible! These photos have been in this house for 80-100 years! My emotions were running high! It was like something out of movie..."

Read the whole story by Susanne:
Part 1: http://blog.polishorigins.com/2014/07/11/what-we-discovered-about-the-dudziks-in-poland-part-1-my-grandfathers-side-of-the-family/
and Part 2: http://blog.polishorigins.com/2014/07/14/what-we-discovered-about-the-dudziks-in-poland-part-2-grandmas-side-of-our-visit/

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Apart from our tours, we cannot forget about our dear Forum members and all of you who are researching family history, using our databases, and the precious help of our volunteer experts!

We continue to work on our Indexation Project:

Thanks to the regular help of Joann, we already have about half of all our Russian records translation indexed! Joann thank you again!!!

We received many questions concerning the indexing process (and still I invite you to write all your remarks here, or to the email: [email protected]).

To answer those questions, and make the indexation easier for all of you, we have prepared the short video tutorial:


[html-link]


Some of you share with us indexes of records from your own family research. We want to confirm that we welcome also indexes of records from outside of PO Forum and will make them available for everyone on the main Indexation page: http://bit.ly/po_indexation .


Greetings from Poland!
PolishOrigins Team

Newsletter sent: 31 July 2014:
http://polishorigins.com/12all/index.php?action=message&c=75
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Post Posted: Mon Aug 04, 2014 10:13 am      Post subject:
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This has been a busy month! we would like to share the news with you.
In case you had no opportunity to see it before, here is our latest newsletter:

Bustling July. PolishOrigins Monthly News

July was a busy month for our whole PolishOrigins Team!
As we are in the middle of the touring season, there have been many emotional family meetings, hours of the research in the archives and miles spent along the way with our dearest guests.

Apart from the current events, we are continuing to work on the future of PolishOrigins.
We have already planned the dates of PO Galicia Tour in 2015:

May 10-20

Sep 6-16

Oct 4-14

If you make reservations by the end of 2014, you will only pay 5900 Polish zlotys total fee, for the whole package of the PO Galicia Tour in 2015.

Click here to make a reservation: http://polishorigins.com/document/gt2015

There is still an opportunity to join the PO Galicia Tour in September and October 2014. This year we have prepared something special for our guests. In one of the evenings Magdalena, who is a member of PolishOrigins Team, will show you a short presentation on bobbin lace. You will have the occasion to try your hand at making some simple patterns!

Magdalena prepared this video, showing how she made her doily from her favorite pattern:


[html-link]


There are still openings available for both September and October dates.
Find more information on PO Galicia Tour website: http://polishorigins.com/document/galicia_tour

In 2015, we want to offer you the "Kingdom of Poland Tour" which will take place in the area of the former Congress Poland, and will be dedicated to all our guests whose forefathers came from this Russian partition.

More details about this new tour will be published soon!

---

* Maybe you are planning to come to Poland, but you do not know how to start?

* Maybe you would like to be independent, and not part of a tour group.

* Maybe you have some special desires, and wish to have a tailor made tour, designed specially for you?

* Maybe you are not sure what to see, where to stay, how to organize your tour?

Send us your request and we will gladly prepare an itinerary suggestion for you.

Fill the simple tour request form and see what we can offer you: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1RFSa9KOG0l9dssBgWQyqAnbhSrwhEqM0u1oGva_1hEQ/viewform

See our exemplary itinerary of Family and Friends Tour:
http://polishorigins.com/tour/po_family_and_friends_tour_itinerary-example.pdf

Remember: it costs you nothing and does not oblige you to book our tour!

You can read about one of our latest Family and Friends tours on PolishOrigins Blog:
What we discovered about the Dudziks in Poland
"Incredible! These photos have been in this house for 80-100 years! My emotions were running high! It was like something out of movie..."

Read the whole story by Susanne:
Part 1: http://blog.polishorigins.com/2014/07/11/what-we-discovered-about-the-dudziks-in-poland-part-1-my-grandfathers-side-of-the-family/
and Part 2: http://blog.polishorigins.com/2014/07/14/what-we-discovered-about-the-dudziks-in-poland-part-2-grandmas-side-of-our-visit/

---
Apart from our tours, we cannot forget about our dear Forum members and all of you who are researching family history, using our databases, and the precious help of our volunteer experts!

We continue to work on our Indexation Project:

Thanks to the regular help of Joann, we already have about half of all our Russian records translation indexed! Joann thank you again!!!

We received many questions concerning the indexing process (and still I invite you to write all your remarks here, or to the email: [email protected]).

To answer those questions, and make the indexation easier for all of you, we have prepared the short video tutorial:


[html-link]


Some of you share with us indexes of records from your own family research. We want to confirm that we welcome also indexes of records from outside of PO Forum and will make them available for everyone on the main Indexation page: http://bit.ly/po_indexation .


Greetings from Poland!
PolishOrigins Team

Newsletter sent: 31 July 2014:
http://polishorigins.com/12all/index.php?action=message&c=75
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Post Posted: Wed Oct 29, 2014 10:15 am      Post subject:
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Here it is. Our latest newsletter, sent on 27th of October.

Here is the link in case you missed it: Upcoming in 2015. PolishOrigins monthly news.
http://blog.polishorigins.com/?wysija-page=1&controller=email&action=view&email_id=6&wysijap=subscriptions&user_id=3
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For those of you who have not received it, I am copying here our November newsletter, sent on 29th November 2014.

"In the long, dark evenings of the month of November you surely have more time to sit quietly in front of your family history documents, collect your thoughts and maybe even make some progress: complete the family tree that you begun some time ago, write a letter to the archive that you’ve been postponing since the last winter. Maybe this has been a month of breakthroughs in your research and overcoming some brickwall? If not, it is never too late for the new discoveries.

Our guide and researcher Zbyszek prepared for you an article about cadastral maps from Galicia that have been recently published online by the Polish State Archives. Since many of your ancestors came from this part of Europe we decided to write you a little more about this source of information. Cadastral maps are used less often in genealogy search than, for example, church records but they may be a very useful source of information and give you more context to your ancestors’ life. Maybe this will help you to learn about missing siblings of your grandparents? Maybe you will get closer, at least virtually, to your ancestors’ old piece of land..?"


You can read the whole text here: Cadastral maps from western Galicia, Bobbin Lace workshops, cheaper travels and some more news.
http://blog.polishorigins.com/?wysija-page=1&controller=email&action=view&email_id=7&wysijap=subscriptions&user_id=3
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We would like to wish you the Merry Christmas and Happy New Year 2015 from PolishOrigins Team!

You can see our Christmas wishes, our article about Polish traditional Wigilia and some more news about our tours in 2015 in our latest newsletter sent on 22-23th of December

Read in this newsletter:

• Historic hotel in Dubiecko Castle: our new proposal for PO Galicia Tour

• PO “Kingdom of Poland” Tour: long awaited detailed itinerary and the dates for 2015

• Bobbin Lace Making Workshop: new article on our blog

• Polish Christmas Eve Traditions

• Unforgettable Christmas gift for your parents

• Find us on Yelp and Google maps

The full mailing text is available here: http://blog.polishorigins.com/?wysija-page=1&controller=email&action=view&email_id=8&wysijap=subscriptions&user_id=5054



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Wesołych Świąt Bożego Narodzenia for all our members, top contributors and PO Team Exclamation

Thank you for another year of many family discoveries and deep emotions. I hope that in 2015 there are awaiting for us a few more revelations and family histories to be uncovered Smile.

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In case you haven't received earlier, here is the link to our last week's newsletter: http://blog.polishorigins.com/?wysija-page=1&controller=email&action=view&email_id=32&wysijap=subscriptions&user_id=5054

How to prepare for touring in Poland - article

"It is a fact that the better you are prepared your chance for a success is growing! To improve this process we prepared the article with our tips. It is based on years of travelling experience with our guests. We also asked some of you how were you preparing, what surprised you in Poland, what to pack in your suitcase. We hope that this will be helpful not only for our future guests, but for all of you, planning such trip to ancestral land."

Find out about:
- Setting your goals
- Gathering information
- Where to look for help?
- Creating your family tree
- General preparation and practical information about Poland
- What to pack?
- Documenting your trip
- With or without a guide?

Other issues from our emailing:

Family reunion through PolishOrigins Forum

New term for PO Galicia Tour: 9-19 October 2016

Kingdom of Poland Tour – 2016 upgrade


If you wish to subscribe for PolishOrigins' newsletter you can do it here: http://bit.ly/1UM7OCk
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Post Posted: Fri Mar 25, 2016 2:32 am      Post subject: Pisanki, live stream from Paschal Triduum and family reunion
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Dear Forum Members!

We wish to you and all your loved ones (all over the world and in Poland) a happy Easter, full of hope and faith, spent with a loving family at a common table!

This Easter we prepared something special for you! On Great Saturday, 26th of March Zenon will make a live stream directly from the Paschal Triduum celebration in Pruszków’s church!

You will find details in our latest newsletter: http://blog.polishorigins.com/?wysija-page=1&controller=email&action=view&email_id=33&wysijap=subscriptions&user_id=5054

What else you can read there:

* Album of Polish traditional pisanki
* PolishOrigins Family Reunions offer
* News on our blog

Greetings form Poland!
Aga and whole PolishOrigins Team



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Post Posted: Tue Feb 20, 2018 6:57 am      Post subject: Newsletter February 2018
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Yesterday our mailing was sent to all of you, who are subscribed. We just wanted to let you know shortly that our Genealogy Tour's calendar is filling up quickly.

As with every year, September is the busiest time for our tours. If you are considering arriving in Poland with our assistance, and want to be sure that one of our genealogy guides will be available, we recommend that you do not wait too long to contact us. Our guides have less and less weeks available for new tours in 2018. There were already cases of people who were disappointed that we cannot provide assistance in the exact dates which they planned, because all of our guides were already booked...

If you are thinking about the tour in 2019, it is also a good time to contact us at our email: [email protected] or just fill in the short tour request form: http://polishorigins.com/tour-request/ . You can count on our experience, as well as the individual and personal approach.

More details about our Genealogy Tours are available here: https://polishorigins.com/tours/genealogy-tours/

And here you can read the whole email: https://blog.polishorigins.com/?wysija-page=1&controller=email&action=view&email_id=81&wysijap=subscriptions&user_id=11938
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Our monthly newsletter was sent yesterday. In case if you haven't seen it, you can do it here: https://blog.polishorigins.com/?wysija-page=1&controller=email&action=view&email_id=83&wysijap=subscriptions

In the newsletter you will find:
1. Our newest blog article: "10 great books about Poland that will give you the new perspective"
2. Easter wishes from PolishOrigins
3. Link to the gallery of Easter eggs "pisanki"
4. Links to our blog articles about the Holy Week and Easter celebrations in Poland

I hope that you will enjoy it!
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