Fun facts about Polish culture and language:
In the 70's-80's Polonez was a common thing to use to pick up girls (there is more than one meaning of this word).
Students who move to a new city for their studies are commonly known as "słoiki", meaning "jars". This comes from the fact that the parents would often give them homemade food in jars to take back to their dorms.
Is it possible that the cost of producing one grosz (penny) is more than what you can buy for it? In Poland YES, here all ridiculous things are possible.
Polish language is one of the most difficult languages to learn its tongue-bending pronunciation, but with us it will be piece of cake!
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Learning Polish language through art and culture
WrocławWrocław is famous for cultural variety and diversity in general. It's a city that's very multicultural and oriented to young people. Clubs, good food, green areas, the Old Town's monuments, and Skytower (the highest building in entire Poland!) are an integral part of Wrocław's panorama.
Wałbrzych (Zamek Książ)In Wałbrzych, we are going to explore the old castle from the thirteenth century.
We will see how the architecture was changing under the reign of various dynasties and we will have the opportunity to visit the underground tunnels built by Hitler during World War II. Then we'll also have the chance to chill in the castle's beautiful gardens.