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Christmas in Poland – the most important religious holiday

Christmas in Poland – the most important religious holiday
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StampNews.com hurries to inform that Polish Post has already issued its annual Christmas stamps. This year release consists of two items that were put into circulation on the 14th of November.

Christmas in Poland is a major annual celebration, as in most countries of the Christian world. The observance of Christmas developed gradually over the centuries, beginning in ancient times; combining old pagan customs with the religious ones introduced after the Christianization of Poland by the Catholic Church.

Later influences include mutual permeating of local traditions and various folk cultures. Christmas trees are decorated and lit in family rooms on the day of Christmas Eve. Other trees are placed in most public areas and outside churches. Christmas is called "Boże Narodzenie" in Polish (literally 'God's Birth').

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