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English: EthnoWiki: 7 Polish folklore rituals photographed by Wikimedians and researched by the Ethnographic Museum in Warsaw and Wikipedians.
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Source User:Klarqa; National Ethnographic Museum in Warsaw
Author Participants of National Ethnographic Museum in Warsaw 'Ritual Year with Wikipedia' project
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This file was uploaded to Wikimedia Commons by participants of A Year of Folk Customs with Wikipedia - a GLAM-Wiki project of cooperation between the Ethnographic Museum in Warsaw and Wikimedia Polska. The project is funded by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage and its Media Education program.

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