The main thread running through this year’s 30th edition of the festival has been Ray Bradbury’s dystopian novel Fahrenheit 451, originally published in 1953. In his futuristic vision, Bradbury imagined a world without books, a world in which all forms of literature, art, philosophy as well as all individual, independent and liberal thinking, feeling and acquisition of knowledge are banned.
What it lacks in yule logs, candy canes, and Michael Bublé hits, Poland makes up in talking animals, unorthodox guests entering through the chimney, and awkward bathroom visits involving exposing yourself to fish. Below we’ve compiled a list of essential Polish traditions and idiosyncrasies to help you make sense of this holiday season.
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