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    Embracing Tradition: The Spirited Festivities of ‘Rękawka’ in Poland

    In Poland, the 'Rękawka' festival is more than folklore – it's a vibrant celebration intertwining ancient customs with Easter Tuesday traditions. Originating from pre-Christian rituals of Spring All Souls' Day, 'Rękawka' now symbolizes renewal with egg tossing and rolling. Legend has it that Krakus Mound's soil, carried in sleeves, inspired the festival's name.