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Polish Language Classes in Krakow

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Submitted by Alex Storozynski (United States), Mar 27, 2014 at 17:45

If you want to study Polish, The Kosciuszko Foundation has Polish language classes in the summer in Krakow. There is also a fantastic Jewish festival in the Kazimierz section of Krakow in late June, early July which is a lot of fun. http://www.thekf.org/programs/study/krakow/

Congrats on your new citizenship.

Alex Storozynski

President Kosciuszko Foundation

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Daniel Pipes replies:

Thank you for this information. It's good to know that organized classes like these exist. Very attractive.

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