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"Tradycje Bożego Narodzenia w Polsce - kartki świąteczne"

"Tradycje Bożego Narodzenia w Polsce - kartki świąteczne"

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  • Christmas cards
  • Christmas cards The Christmas calls for a joyous celebration. It is a time of happiness and merriment. It is a time when friends and family spend happy times with each other. The first Christmas card was in 1842 by a sixteen-year-old artist William Mew Wgley, but his idea was not appreciated by the recipient.Sending holiday wishes on special cards became popular around the world in the twenties (of the twentieth century). In Poland, Christmas cards appeard in the late nineteenth century. Today Christmas cards are still a popular way to communicate between friends and family and between business associates. There are a number of different styles of Christmas cards and they all have their roots in traditional holidays.
  • A huge number of cards feature religious themes and feature traditional motifs, such as the stable, the three wise men, the star and the baby Jesus. Also feature more traditional holiday greetings such as "Merry Christmas."
  • Handmade cards created in different techniques bring the greatest joy.
  • Cristmas cards made by children from the kindergarten.
  • Technological advances had gone so far that now it became possible to send cards via the Internet, the so-called. e-cards
  • Wesołych Świąt Bożego Narodzenia!!! Merry Christmas!
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