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Andrzej Kijowski speking during the Congress of Polish Culture,1981, photo: Wikipedia

On 13th December 1981, a meeting of the Congress of Polish Culture was unexpectedly suspended on its third and final day. The political circumstances of its beginnings and its enforced demise has made the 1981 congress a symbol of the intellectual, social and economic struggle of the Polish people and their cultural life for decades following.

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Opening of the Polish Culture Festival in Beijing in 2013. Two Dragons fashion show by Polish designer Katarzyna Skórzyńska. Photo: Malina Kosakowska

For people thousands of miles away, Poland can seem a little bit far – if you can’t be there physically, perhaps one of these 8 major festivals abroad will satisfy your hunger for a bite of Poland.

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Three handy guides lay down three ways of getting to know Poland: through its cultural heritage, by following the views and tips of contemporary artists or exploring its classic tourist routes and attractions. Published in the context of the Euro 2012, the guides also offer an understanding of how the Poles think and behave.

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Teatr Wiczy's public space project is an intriguing way to acquaint viewers from all over the world with prominent personalities in Polish arts and culture. Between 27-28 of October, the Polish alphabet took over the streets of Tokyo.

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The second half of 2011 sees up to 400 events promoting Polish culture across Europe and beyond.From the opening of the "Golden Age of the Polish Republic" in Madrid in early June through major artistic, theatrical, literary and musical events in Paris, Brussels, Kiev, Moscow, Tokyo, Beijing and more...

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Four days of non-stop culture host over 300 artists and intellectuals from all over the world to explore the evolution of culture over the past and present.

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