The Pierogi, stuffed cabbage, soup, bigos (hunter's stew) and potato dishes are some Polish favourites.
Poland is home to about 38.5 million inhabitants.
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Polish folklore, handed down from generation to generation, remains an integral part of the country's culture. The preservation of its myths and legends is widely encouraged.
In Poland, the party for given names, or "name day", which derives itself from the Catholic and Orthodox saint calendars, is more important than the traditional birthday party.
Polish climate is rather oceanic in the north and west, and continental in the south and east. Summers are warm (20° to 27°Celsius) and winters are cold (-8° to 3°C).
Many Polish woodlands remain unscathed, like the Bialowieza Forest.
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