Created on May 23, 2019
Easter in Poland
This is an Easter basket (in Polish koszyczek wielkanocny). Polish people put Easter eggs, some bread, salt and pepper, some cress, a sausage, a sugar lamb, a chick and catkins inside their baskets.
For Polish people an Easter egg (in Polish pisanka) is the symbol of a new life. On Easter Sunday, they eat Easter breakfast, share an Easter egg or they look for chocolate eggs and wish each other lots of happiness and health.
On Wet Monday (in Polish Lany Poniedziałek), Polish people pour water on each other for good luck.
Students from the Public Primary School no. 34 in Radom, Poland