Saturday, 11 November 2017
Poland’s National Independence Day marks the anniversary of the country’s independence in 1918 at the end of world War I. It is celebrated as a nationwide holiday on November 11 each year.
The day was celebrated from 1918 to 1937 and was then restored in 1989 with the collapse of communism
Many houses, buildings, buses and trams display Polish flags on Independence Day.
In the classroom: Do you know any Polish children? And what about Polish customs and traditions? Compare Ireland and Poland.
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