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4 Beautiful Polish Easter traditions

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These customs celebrate the beauty and joy of Jesus' Resurrection.

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Easter is a glorious time of celebration, and cultures throughout the world have commemorated this special period in various ways.

In particular, the people of Poland have a beautiful set of traditions surrounding Easter Sunday and the days before and after it.

Here are four such traditions that bring new life to the Easter season and focus on the beauty and joy of Jesus’ Resurrection.

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