Andrzej Duda and his father visited the resting place of a significant person. To whom they brought candles and flowers

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 Andrzej Duda and his father visited the resting place of a significant person. To whom they brought candles and flowers

Many inhabitants of Poland have been preparing for the celebration of the All Saints' Day for a long time and All Souls' Day dedicated to souls who have already found their way to Paradise.

Poles went to the graves of their relatives and important people in their lives in great numbers. Politicians also did it in the spotlight

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It is no secret that the recent memories of Polish women and Poles related to the All Saints' Day are related to pandemic government decisions aimed at closing cemeteries on one of the most important spiritual days of Catholics. This sparked a social revolt due to huge losses.

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Today, not only “ordinary citizens” visit the graves of their loved ones, their ancestors and important people to celebrate their memory. Super Express reports that politicians and their families also decided to boldly come to the cemeteries to complete their long tradition.

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President Andrzej Duda with his father (Krakow professor) Jan Tadeusz Duda They appeared in the evening hours of October 31 at the Salwator Cemetery in order to devote themselves to the memories of the dead. They left lit candles and fresh flowers on the grave of the oppositionist Mirosław Dzielski.

As you might have guessed, when the gentlemen celebrated the first November, they were accompanied by bodyguards

Mirosław Dzielski in the 1980s . he functioned as an anti-communist oppositionist in Kraków.

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