11th November reminds us how important freedom is and that limitations kill the joy of having our lives in our hands.
This date refers to the day when Józef Piłsudski in 1918 started creation of new, independent Poland after 123 years of partition by Russia, Prussia and Austria.
National Indemepndence Day was constituted in 1937 and celebrated only twice before World War II. After the war, government of People’s Republic of Poland moved Independence Day date to 22nd July because of political issues. From 1989 w are able to celebrate it back on 11th November.
Poland several times coped with a state of diminished freedom of citizens, that is why we feel happy for having so many chances and so few limitations nowadays.
We wish each of you to enjoy an unlimited number of possibilities which you are able to explore whenever and however you want.