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Polish Easter has become increasingly internationally-known for its curious customs, and none more so than that which is celebrated under the name of Śmigus Dyngus.
Thousands of Ukrainian refugees have left Poland for Ukraine to spend their Easter holidays at home, a Polish deputy interior minister has said.
In Poland the Easter traditions come rich, thick and fast. From the blessing of baskets of food to pouring water over women, the country boasts a glorious mix of traditions that set the Easter holiday apart from all others.
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Poland's first lady, Agata Kornhauser-Duda, paid a visit to the joint Lithuanian-Polish-Ukrainian Brigade in the eastern city of Lublin on Wednesday.
Almost 64 percent of Poles have said in a survey that they will reduce their Easter spending this year as inflation in Poland has crossed the 10 percent mark.
Hosted by the Upper Silesian Museum in Bytom, the exhibition seeks to spotlight an ancient custom relating to so-called Kroszonki, elaborately painted eggs engraved with often floral motifs.
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Thursday's high Covid-19 death toll is partly due to the cumulation of death figures over Easter, which had not been reported daily over the holiday, the health ministry has said.