The event included a Holy Mass, a tribute to the Fallen and a folk festival

Poles Living in Spain Celebrated the 99th Anniversary of Poland’s Independence

Last weekend the Day of Poland 2017 was celebrated in Torrejón de Ardoz, an event with which the Poles living in Spain celebrated the 99th anniversary of the recovery of their independence.

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The ceremony was organized by the Polish Chaplaincy in Torrejón, the City Council of Torrejón de Ardoz and the Hispanic-Polish Cultural Association Krakus, with the collaboration of the rest of the Polish associations of the Community of Madrid. The event was held in the Europa Park, with the presence of the Polish Ambassador, Marzenna Adamczyk, and Piotr Dolata, of the Polish Embassy, as well as the Polish Military Attaché, Colonel Krzyzanowski. By clicking here you can see here a series of photos published by Poland First to Fight about this event..

The celebration consisted of a Holy Mass, a tribute to the Fallen by Poland and an artistic festival in charge of the different Polish associations. The tribute to the Fallen was carried out by the Historical-Cultural Association “Poland First to Fight”, which recreates different episodes of the struggle of the Poles for their independence in the World War II. You can see here the video of this tribute that I posted on my Youtube channel:

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