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Power point poland sandra
Power point poland sandra
Power point poland sandra
Power point poland sandra
Power point poland sandra
Power point poland sandra
Power point poland sandra
Power point poland sandra
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  • 1. . POLAND´S FLAG IS FORMED BY TWO HORIZONTAL STRIPES OF EQUAL DIMENSIONS. THE UPPER STRIP IS WHITE AND THE LOWER IS RED. THE FLAG´S COLORS COME FROM THE NATIONAL SHIELD: THE WHITE PART REPRESENTS THE WHITE EAGLE AND THE RED PART THE SHEILD´S FIELD. IT´S ORIGINS COME FROM THE 13THCENTURY, WHEN THE WHITE EAGLE WAS PLACED OVER A RED SURFACE BY THE PRINCES FROM THE PISTAS DYNASTY. WHITE AND RED ARE THE TWO COLORS THAT, PRE-SLAVERY, BEGAN TO APPEAR ON POLISH SHIELDS, BANNERS, HORSE SKIRTS AND FINALLY ON MILITARY FLAGS
  • 2. POLISH CUISINE IS A MIXTURE OF SLAVIC AND GERMANICORIGIN, TRADITIONAL OF THE REGION. IT´S REALLY INFLUENCED BY SLAVICCUISINE AND IT USES A LARGE AMOUNT OF OATS, GRAINS AND CEREALS.POLISH CUISINE HAS ALSO BEEN INFLUENCED BYTURKISH, HUNGARIAN, JEWISH, ARMENIAN, AND FRENCH CUISINE, COLONIALCUISINES FROM THE PAST. GENERALLY SPEAKING, POLISH CUISINE IS REALLYGOOD AND WHOLESOME. THE POLISH ARE FAMOUS FOR THEIR GENEROSITYAND DEDICATING TIME TO ENJOY THEIR MEALS.
  • 3. Polish CuisineCHŁODNIK – IS A COLD SOUP MADE WITH SOURMILK, BEETS, CUCUMBER, RADISHES AND FRESH DILLFLACA – BEEF OR PORK INTESTINE WITH MARYORANASAUCEROSÓ Z KURY – CHICKEN SOUPZAPA GRZYBOWA - PORTABELLA MUSHROOM SOUP MIXEDWITH OTHER TYPES OF MUSHROOMSZAPA OGÓRKOWA – SOUR SOUP, SALTED WITH CUCUMBER,OFTEN WITH PORK AND FRESH DILLZAPA SZCZAWIOWA ACEDERA SOUPSUR – SOUR CORN SOUP WITH WEISSWURST AND HARDBOILED EGGCURE – THICK SOUP IN ROSÓŁ; ADDING COOKING CREAM,POTATOES, MEAT, EGGS AND CARROTSZAPA OWOCOWA FRUIT SOUP
  • 4. TRADITIONAL POLISH DRESSVARIES ON THE REGION, BUTUSUALLY THE GARMENTS AREADORNED WITH VIBRANTCOLORS AND EMBROIDERY.TRADITIONAL POLISH DRESS ISSTILL USED OCCASIONALLY ATWEDDINGS AND IN RURAL PARTSOF POLAND BY OLDERGENERATIONS. THE DRESSINCLUDES TRADITIONALHATS, COLORFUL GARLANDS OFFLOWERS MADE WITH VARIESTYPES OFFABRIC, APRONS, VESTS ANDRIBBONS ALL DEPENDING ONTHE REGION FROM WHICH THEYCAME.
  • 5. NOWY ROL (NEW YEAR): JANUARY 1ST.GRANDMOTHER´S DAY: JANUARY 21ST.GREASY THURSDAY: LIKE IN OTHER EUROPEAN COUNTRIES, THE TRADITIONIS THAT ON THE LAST THURSDAY OF CARNIVAL, FOOD SERVED IS HEAVY INCALORIES, WITH AN END TO PREPARE THE BODY FOR THE FASTING PERIODOF LENT. IN POLAND, ONE OF THE MOST COMMON SWEETS FOR THIS HOLIDAYIS PAZCZKI (FRIED BALLS FILLED WITH JELLY)WORKING WOMANS DAYS: THE POLISH GIVE FLOWERS TO WOMEN AS ASIGNAL OF RESPECT (A CUSTOM THAT CAME ABOUT DURING COMMUNISM)NEVER THE LESS, THE ORIGIN OF THIS HOLIDAY COMES FROM THE UNITEDSTATES, OMMEMORATING MARCH 8TH, 1908 WHEN 129 WORKERS WERE KILLEDIN A FIRE IN A FACTORY IN NEW YORKTHE BEGINNING OF SPRING: MARCH 21ST WHICH IS ESPECIALLY LOVED BYTHE YOUTH OF POLAND, WHOM USE THE DAY AS AN EXCUSE TO SKIPSCHOOL.APRIL FOOLS DAY: APRIL 1ST, THE CELEBRATION COMES FROM ANGLOSAXONCOUNTRIES WHERE, ESPECIALLY AMONG THE YOUTH, INOFFENSIVE JOKESARE PLAYED AMONG FAMILY AND FRIENDS SIMILAR TO EL DÍA DE LOSSANTOS ON DECEMBER 28THIN SPAIN.

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