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  • 22 maj 2019

    25 exhibitors, performances of folk groups, opera concerts, fashion shows, but first of all – a few thousands visitors. Polish Days took place in one of the Sweden’s most popular tourist places Stockholm’s Skansen.

    On 18 and 19 May 2019, Embassy of Poland in Stockholm, Polish Institute and Polish Tourist Organization hosted at Stockholm’s Skansen “Polish Days”. Taking the advantage of a wonderful spring weather, few thousands of Stockholmers, tourists, members of diplomatic corps and representatives of the Polish community in Sweden were able to get acquainted with Polish culture and tradition, along with the tourist offer of Polish cities and regions.

    Painters, book writers, jewelers, Kashubian embroiderers and many others were present among the exhibitors. Representatives of Lower Silesia and Tricity (Gdańsk, Gdynia, Sopot) were inviting visitors to their wonderful cities. Those who were hungry could eat a traditional polish dumplings, sauerkraut stew, pea soup, Polish mountain cheese “oscypek” and Polish and Swedish cakes and buns.

    Cracovia Danza, Piastowie and Polonez were inviting guests to dance.

    Polish Days at Skansen attracted few thousands visitors. The place, where one can learn more about Swedish culture and tradition, was dominated for two days by the culture and tradition from Poland.

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