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  • Heavy snowfall and fierce winds arrived in Poland during Easter time.Heavy snowfall and fierce winds arrived in Poland during Easter time.
  • Heavy snowfall and fierce winds arrived in Poland during Easter time.Heavy snowfall and fierce winds arrived in Poland during Easter time.
  • Heavy snowfall and fierce winds arrived in Poland during Easter time.Heavy snowfall and fierce winds arrived in Poland during Easter time.
  • Heavy snowfall and fierce winds arrived in Poland during Easter time.Heavy snowfall and fierce winds arrived in Poland during Easter time.
  • Heavy snowfall and fierce winds arrived in Poland during Easter time.Heavy snowfall and fierce winds arrived in Poland during Easter time.
  • Heavy snowfall and fierce winds arrived in Poland during Easter time.Heavy snowfall and fierce winds arrived in Poland during Easter time.
  • Heavy snowfall and fierce winds arrived in Poland during Easter time.Heavy snowfall and fierce winds arrived in Poland during Easter time.
  • Heavy snowfall and fierce winds arrived in Poland during Easter time.Heavy snowfall and fierce winds arrived in Poland during Easter time.
  • Heavy snowfall and fierce winds arrived in Poland during Easter time.Heavy snowfall and fierce winds arrived in Poland during Easter time.
  • Heavy snowfall and fierce winds arrived in Poland during Easter time.Heavy snowfall and fierce winds arrived in Poland during Easter time.
  • Heavy snowfall and fierce winds arrived in Poland during Easter time.Heavy snowfall and fierce winds arrived in Poland during Easter time.
  • Heavy snowfall and fierce winds arrived in Poland during Easter time.Heavy snowfall and fierce winds arrived in Poland during Easter time.
  • Heavy snowfall and fierce winds arrived in Poland during Easter time.Heavy snowfall and fierce winds arrived in Poland during Easter time.
  • Heavy snowfall and fierce winds arrived in Poland during Easter time.Heavy snowfall and fierce winds arrived in Poland during Easter time.
  • Heavy snowfall and fierce winds arrived in Poland during Easter time.Heavy snowfall and fierce winds arrived in Poland during Easter time.
  • Heavy snowfall and fierce winds arrived in Poland during Easter time.Heavy snowfall and fierce winds arrived in Poland during Easter time.
  • Heavy snowfall and fierce winds arrived in Poland during Easter time.Heavy snowfall and fierce winds arrived in Poland during Easter time.
  • People attended the Rekawka Festival at  Krak`s Mound. Rekawka Festival is Cracovian Easter tradition (celebrated the Tuesday after Easter Sunday), roots in pagan rites of spring, particularly Dziady (Forefathers) - a pre-Christian tradition of communing with the dead, who were thought to be the guardians of fertility and reproduction.People attended the Rekawka Festival at  Krak`s Mound. Rekawka Festival is Cracovian Easter tradition (celebrated the Tuesday after Easter Sunday), roots in pagan rites of spring, particularly Dziady (Forefathers) - a pre-Christian tradition of communing with the dead, who were thought to be the guardians of fertility and reproduction.
  • People attended the Rekawka Festival at  Krak`s Mound. Rekawka Festival is Cracovian Easter tradition (celebrated the Tuesday after Easter Sunday), roots in pagan rites of spring, particularly Dziady (Forefathers) - a pre-Christian tradition of communing with the dead, who were thought to be the guardians of fertility and reproduction.People attended the Rekawka Festival at  Krak`s Mound. Rekawka Festival is Cracovian Easter tradition (celebrated the Tuesday after Easter Sunday), roots in pagan rites of spring, particularly Dziady (Forefathers) - a pre-Christian tradition of communing with the dead, who were thought to be the guardians of fertility and reproduction.
  • People attended the Rekawka Festival at  Krak`s Mound. Rekawka Festival is Cracovian Easter tradition (celebrated the Tuesday after Easter Sunday), roots in pagan rites of spring, particularly Dziady (Forefathers) - a pre-Christian tradition of communing with the dead, who were thought to be the guardians of fertility and reproduction.People attended the Rekawka Festival at  Krak`s Mound. Rekawka Festival is Cracovian Easter tradition (celebrated the Tuesday after Easter Sunday), roots in pagan rites of spring, particularly Dziady (Forefathers) - a pre-Christian tradition of communing with the dead, who were thought to be the guardians of fertility and reproduction.
  • People attended the Rekawka Festival at  Krak`s Mound. Rekawka Festival is Cracovian Easter tradition (celebrated the Tuesday after Easter Sunday), roots in pagan rites of spring, particularly Dziady (Forefathers) - a pre-Christian tradition of communing with the dead, who were thought to be the guardians of fertility and reproduction.People attended the Rekawka Festival at  Krak`s Mound. Rekawka Festival is Cracovian Easter tradition (celebrated the Tuesday after Easter Sunday), roots in pagan rites of spring, particularly Dziady (Forefathers) - a pre-Christian tradition of communing with the dead, who were thought to be the guardians of fertility and reproduction.
  • People attended the Rekawka Festival at  Krak`s Mound. Rekawka Festival is Cracovian Easter tradition (celebrated the Tuesday after Easter Sunday), roots in pagan rites of spring, particularly Dziady (Forefathers) - a pre-Christian tradition of communing with the dead, who were thought to be the guardians of fertility and reproduction.People attended the Rekawka Festival at  Krak`s Mound. Rekawka Festival is Cracovian Easter tradition (celebrated the Tuesday after Easter Sunday), roots in pagan rites of spring, particularly Dziady (Forefathers) - a pre-Christian tradition of communing with the dead, who were thought to be the guardians of fertility and reproduction.
  • People attended the Rekawka Festival at  Krak`s Mound. Rekawka Festival is Cracovian Easter tradition (celebrated the Tuesday after Easter Sunday), roots in pagan rites of spring, particularly Dziady (Forefathers) - a pre-Christian tradition of communing with the dead, who were thought to be the guardians of fertility and reproduction.People attended the Rekawka Festival at  Krak`s Mound. Rekawka Festival is Cracovian Easter tradition (celebrated the Tuesday after Easter Sunday), roots in pagan rites of spring, particularly Dziady (Forefathers) - a pre-Christian tradition of communing with the dead, who were thought to be the guardians of fertility and reproduction.
  • People attended the Rekawka Festival at  Krak`s Mound. Rekawka Festival is Cracovian Easter tradition (celebrated the Tuesday after Easter Sunday), roots in pagan rites of spring, particularly Dziady (Forefathers) - a pre-Christian tradition of communing with the dead, who were thought to be the guardians of fertility and reproduction.People attended the Rekawka Festival at  Krak`s Mound. Rekawka Festival is Cracovian Easter tradition (celebrated the Tuesday after Easter Sunday), roots in pagan rites of spring, particularly Dziady (Forefathers) - a pre-Christian tradition of communing with the dead, who were thought to be the guardians of fertility and reproduction.
  • People attended the Rekawka Festival at  Krak`s Mound. Rekawka Festival is Cracovian Easter tradition (celebrated the Tuesday after Easter Sunday), roots in pagan rites of spring, particularly Dziady (Forefathers) - a pre-Christian tradition of communing with the dead, who were thought to be the guardians of fertility and reproduction.People attended the Rekawka Festival at  Krak`s Mound. Rekawka Festival is Cracovian Easter tradition (celebrated the Tuesday after Easter Sunday), roots in pagan rites of spring, particularly Dziady (Forefathers) - a pre-Christian tradition of communing with the dead, who were thought to be the guardians of fertility and reproduction.
  • People attended the Rekawka Festival at  Krak`s Mound. Rekawka Festival is Cracovian Easter tradition (celebrated the Tuesday after Easter Sunday), roots in pagan rites of spring, particularly Dziady (Forefathers) - a pre-Christian tradition of communing with the dead, who were thought to be the guardians of fertility and reproduction.People attended the Rekawka Festival at  Krak`s Mound. Rekawka Festival is Cracovian Easter tradition (celebrated the Tuesday after Easter Sunday), roots in pagan rites of spring, particularly Dziady (Forefathers) - a pre-Christian tradition of communing with the dead, who were thought to be the guardians of fertility and reproduction.
  • People attended the Rekawka Festival at  Krak`s Mound. Rekawka Festival is Cracovian Easter tradition (celebrated the Tuesday after Easter Sunday), roots in pagan rites of spring, particularly Dziady (Forefathers) - a pre-Christian tradition of communing with the dead, who were thought to be the guardians of fertility and reproduction.People attended the Rekawka Festival at  Krak`s Mound. Rekawka Festival is Cracovian Easter tradition (celebrated the Tuesday after Easter Sunday), roots in pagan rites of spring, particularly Dziady (Forefathers) - a pre-Christian tradition of communing with the dead, who were thought to be the guardians of fertility and reproduction.
  • People attended the Rekawka Festival at  Krak`s Mound. Rekawka Festival is Cracovian Easter tradition (celebrated the Tuesday after Easter Sunday), roots in pagan rites of spring, particularly Dziady (Forefathers) - a pre-Christian tradition of communing with the dead, who were thought to be the guardians of fertility and reproduction.People attended the Rekawka Festival at  Krak`s Mound. Rekawka Festival is Cracovian Easter tradition (celebrated the Tuesday after Easter Sunday), roots in pagan rites of spring, particularly Dziady (Forefathers) - a pre-Christian tradition of communing with the dead, who were thought to be the guardians of fertility and reproduction.
  • People attended the Rekawka Festival at  Krak`s Mound. Rekawka Festival is Cracovian Easter tradition (celebrated the Tuesday after Easter Sunday), roots in pagan rites of spring, particularly Dziady (Forefathers) - a pre-Christian tradition of communing with the dead, who were thought to be the guardians of fertility and reproduction.People attended the Rekawka Festival at  Krak`s Mound. Rekawka Festival is Cracovian Easter tradition (celebrated the Tuesday after Easter Sunday), roots in pagan rites of spring, particularly Dziady (Forefathers) - a pre-Christian tradition of communing with the dead, who were thought to be the guardians of fertility and reproduction.
  • People attended the Rekawka Festival at  Krak`s Mound. Rekawka Festival is Cracovian Easter tradition (celebrated the Tuesday after Easter Sunday), roots in pagan rites of spring, particularly Dziady (Forefathers) - a pre-Christian tradition of communing with the dead, who were thought to be the guardians of fertility and reproduction.People attended the Rekawka Festival at  Krak`s Mound. Rekawka Festival is Cracovian Easter tradition (celebrated the Tuesday after Easter Sunday), roots in pagan rites of spring, particularly Dziady (Forefathers) - a pre-Christian tradition of communing with the dead, who were thought to be the guardians of fertility and reproduction.
  • People attended the Rekawka Festival at  Krak`s Mound. Rekawka Festival is Cracovian Easter tradition (celebrated the Tuesday after Easter Sunday), roots in pagan rites of spring, particularly Dziady (Forefathers) - a pre-Christian tradition of communing with the dead, who were thought to be the guardians of fertility and reproduction.People attended the Rekawka Festival at  Krak`s Mound. Rekawka Festival is Cracovian Easter tradition (celebrated the Tuesday after Easter Sunday), roots in pagan rites of spring, particularly Dziady (Forefathers) - a pre-Christian tradition of communing with the dead, who were thought to be the guardians of fertility and reproduction.
  • People attended the Rekawka Festival at  Krak`s Mound. Rekawka Festival is Cracovian Easter tradition (celebrated the Tuesday after Easter Sunday), roots in pagan rites of spring, particularly Dziady (Forefathers) - a pre-Christian tradition of communing with the dead, who were thought to be the guardians of fertility and reproduction.People attended the Rekawka Festival at  Krak`s Mound. Rekawka Festival is Cracovian Easter tradition (celebrated the Tuesday after Easter Sunday), roots in pagan rites of spring, particularly Dziady (Forefathers) - a pre-Christian tradition of communing with the dead, who were thought to be the guardians of fertility and reproduction.
  • People attended the Rekawka Festival at  Krak`s Mound. Rekawka Festival is Cracovian Easter tradition (celebrated the Tuesday after Easter Sunday), roots in pagan rites of spring, particularly Dziady (Forefathers) - a pre-Christian tradition of communing with the dead, who were thought to be the guardians of fertility and reproduction.People attended the Rekawka Festival at  Krak`s Mound. Rekawka Festival is Cracovian Easter tradition (celebrated the Tuesday after Easter Sunday), roots in pagan rites of spring, particularly Dziady (Forefathers) - a pre-Christian tradition of communing with the dead, who were thought to be the guardians of fertility and reproduction.
  • People attended the Rekawka Festival at  Krak`s Mound. Rekawka Festival is Cracovian Easter tradition (celebrated the Tuesday after Easter Sunday), roots in pagan rites of spring, particularly Dziady (Forefathers) - a pre-Christian tradition of communing with the dead, who were thought to be the guardians of fertility and reproduction.People attended the Rekawka Festival at  Krak`s Mound. Rekawka Festival is Cracovian Easter tradition (celebrated the Tuesday after Easter Sunday), roots in pagan rites of spring, particularly Dziady (Forefathers) - a pre-Christian tradition of communing with the dead, who were thought to be the guardians of fertility and reproduction.
  • People attended the Rekawka Festival at  Krak`s Mound. Rekawka Festival is Cracovian Easter tradition (celebrated the Tuesday after Easter Sunday), roots in pagan rites of spring, particularly Dziady (Forefathers) - a pre-Christian tradition of communing with the dead, who were thought to be the guardians of fertility and reproduction.People attended the Rekawka Festival at  Krak`s Mound. Rekawka Festival is Cracovian Easter tradition (celebrated the Tuesday after Easter Sunday), roots in pagan rites of spring, particularly Dziady (Forefathers) - a pre-Christian tradition of communing with the dead, who were thought to be the guardians of fertility and reproduction.
  • People attended the Rekawka Festival at  Krak`s Mound. Rekawka Festival is Cracovian Easter tradition (celebrated the Tuesday after Easter Sunday), roots in pagan rites of spring, particularly Dziady (Forefathers) - a pre-Christian tradition of communing with the dead, who were thought to be the guardians of fertility and reproduction.People attended the Rekawka Festival at  Krak`s Mound. Rekawka Festival is Cracovian Easter tradition (celebrated the Tuesday after Easter Sunday), roots in pagan rites of spring, particularly Dziady (Forefathers) - a pre-Christian tradition of communing with the dead, who were thought to be the guardians of fertility and reproduction.
  • People attended the Rekawka Festival at  Krak`s Mound. Rekawka Festival is Cracovian Easter tradition (celebrated the Tuesday after Easter Sunday), roots in pagan rites of spring, particularly Dziady (Forefathers) - a pre-Christian tradition of communing with the dead, who were thought to be the guardians of fertility and reproduction.People attended the Rekawka Festival at  Krak`s Mound. Rekawka Festival is Cracovian Easter tradition (celebrated the Tuesday after Easter Sunday), roots in pagan rites of spring, particularly Dziady (Forefathers) - a pre-Christian tradition of communing with the dead, who were thought to be the guardians of fertility and reproduction.
  • People attended the Rekawka Festival at  Krak`s Mound. Rekawka Festival is Cracovian Easter tradition (celebrated the Tuesday after Easter Sunday), roots in pagan rites of spring, particularly Dziady (Forefathers) - a pre-Christian tradition of communing with the dead, who were thought to be the guardians of fertility and reproduction.People attended the Rekawka Festival at  Krak`s Mound. Rekawka Festival is Cracovian Easter tradition (celebrated the Tuesday after Easter Sunday), roots in pagan rites of spring, particularly Dziady (Forefathers) - a pre-Christian tradition of communing with the dead, who were thought to be the guardians of fertility and reproduction.
  • People attended the Rekawka Festival at  Krak`s Mound. Rekawka Festival is Cracovian Easter tradition (celebrated the Tuesday after Easter Sunday), roots in pagan rites of spring, particularly Dziady (Forefathers) - a pre-Christian tradition of communing with the dead, who were thought to be the guardians of fertility and reproduction.People attended the Rekawka Festival at  Krak`s Mound. Rekawka Festival is Cracovian Easter tradition (celebrated the Tuesday after Easter Sunday), roots in pagan rites of spring, particularly Dziady (Forefathers) - a pre-Christian tradition of communing with the dead, who were thought to be the guardians of fertility and reproduction.
  • People attended the Rekawka Festival at  Krak`s Mound. Rekawka Festival is Cracovian Easter tradition (celebrated the Tuesday after Easter Sunday), roots in pagan rites of spring, particularly Dziady (Forefathers) - a pre-Christian tradition of communing with the dead, who were thought to be the guardians of fertility and reproduction.People attended the Rekawka Festival at  Krak`s Mound. Rekawka Festival is Cracovian Easter tradition (celebrated the Tuesday after Easter Sunday), roots in pagan rites of spring, particularly Dziady (Forefathers) - a pre-Christian tradition of communing with the dead, who were thought to be the guardians of fertility and reproduction.
  • People attended the Rekawka Festival at  Krak`s Mound. Rekawka Festival is Cracovian Easter tradition (celebrated the Tuesday after Easter Sunday), roots in pagan rites of spring, particularly Dziady (Forefathers) - a pre-Christian tradition of communing with the dead, who were thought to be the guardians of fertility and reproduction.People attended the Rekawka Festival at  Krak`s Mound. Rekawka Festival is Cracovian Easter tradition (celebrated the Tuesday after Easter Sunday), roots in pagan rites of spring, particularly Dziady (Forefathers) - a pre-Christian tradition of communing with the dead, who were thought to be the guardians of fertility and reproduction.
  • WARSAW, POLAND - APRIL 09 :People holding Easter palms attend a mass during the Palm Sunday celebration in the old town in Warsaw, Poland on April 09, 2017. WARSAW, POLAND - APRIL 09 :People holding Easter palms attend a mass during the Palm Sunday celebration in the old town in Warsaw, Poland on April 09, 2017.
  • WARSAW, POLAND - APRIL 09 :People holding Easter palms attend a mass during the Palm Sunday celebration in the old town in Warsaw, Poland on April 09, 2017. WARSAW, POLAND - APRIL 09 :People holding Easter palms attend a mass during the Palm Sunday celebration in the old town in Warsaw, Poland on April 09, 2017.
  • WARSAW, POLAND - APRIL 09 :A boy plays with an Easter palm  during the Palm Sunday celebration in the old town in Warsaw, Poland on April 09, 2017. WARSAW, POLAND - APRIL 09 :A boy plays with an Easter palm  during the Palm Sunday celebration in the old town in Warsaw, Poland on April 09, 2017.
  • WARSAW, POLAND - APRIL 09 :People holding Easter palms attend a mass during the Palm Sunday celebration in the old town in Warsaw, Poland on April 09, 2017. WARSAW, POLAND - APRIL 09 :People holding Easter palms attend a mass during the Palm Sunday celebration in the old town in Warsaw, Poland on April 09, 2017.
  • WARSAW, POLAND - APRIL 09 :People holding Easter palms attend a mass during the Palm Sunday celebration in the old town in Warsaw, Poland on April 09, 2017. WARSAW, POLAND - APRIL 09 :People holding Easter palms attend a mass during the Palm Sunday celebration in the old town in Warsaw, Poland on April 09, 2017.
  • WARSAW, POLAND - APRIL 09 :People holding Easter palms attend a mass during the Palm Sunday celebration in the old town in Warsaw, Poland on April 09, 2017. WARSAW, POLAND - APRIL 09 :People holding Easter palms attend a mass during the Palm Sunday celebration in the old town in Warsaw, Poland on April 09, 2017.
  • WARSAW, POLAND - APRIL 09 :People holding Easter palms attend a mass during the Palm Sunday celebration in the old town in Warsaw, Poland on April 09, 2017. WARSAW, POLAND - APRIL 09 :People holding Easter palms attend a mass during the Palm Sunday celebration in the old town in Warsaw, Poland on April 09, 2017.
  • WARSAW, POLAND - APRIL 09 :A boy plays with an Easter palm  during the Palm Sunday celebration in the old town in Warsaw, Poland on April 09, 2017. WARSAW, POLAND - APRIL 09 :A boy plays with an Easter palm  during the Palm Sunday celebration in the old town in Warsaw, Poland on April 09, 2017.
  • WARSAW, POLAND - APRIL 09 :People holding Easter palms  the Palm Sunday celebration in the old town in Warsaw, Poland on April 09, 2017. WARSAW, POLAND - APRIL 09 :People holding Easter palms  the Palm Sunday celebration in the old town in Warsaw, Poland on April 09, 2017.

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