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    Celebrating Generations: Grandma’s Day Brings Warmth and Tradition to Poland

    Poland is alive with the spirit of family and tradition today as the nation celebrates Grandma’s Day. On this special occasion, Poles across the country take the time to honour and appreciate the wisdom, love, and warmth that grandmothers bring to their families.

    Grandma’s Day in Poland falls on January 21st each year, providing an opportunity for people to express gratitude and affection towards their grandmothers. The day is marked by various activities, thoughtful gestures, and family gatherings that celebrate the unique bond between grandchildren and their grandmothers.

    In many Polish households, the day begins with grandchildren presenting their grandmothers with flowers, often choosing bouquets of their grandmothers’ favourite blooms. This simple yet heartfelt gesture symbolizes love and appreciation for the matriarchs who have played an essential role in shaping family histories.

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