What traditions do polish people celebrate?
The traditions that polish people celebrate are the cleaning of the house and the yearly making of the polish sausage. While cleaning the house many tradittional families clean naked
Besides having traditions for Christmas and Easter, the Polish celebrate other traditions like the Drowning of Marzanna and Juwenalia. The Drowning of Marzanna occurs the Sunday before Easter and is a pagan festival. Juwenalia is a student festival that takes place in May or June. During Easter, decorated eggs are also a tradition.
Most people say they celebrate the birth of Christ. When you ask most people this question they say Jesus' Birthday. However I have found that most people celebrate Christmas by giving gifts, and following their own family traditions. The problem with this is where does scripture fit into tradition. Hopes this helps
well, yes but not technically. you see, like any other country they have their own traditions for this holiday. yes, we have Christmas as all the other countries but we celebrate it in much different way and on the 7th of January because we mostly are Greek catholics and Roman catholics celebrate it on the 25th of December. For more about traditions of celebrating go to "how people celebrate Christmas in Ukraine"