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The day when doughnuts are de rigueur

20.02.2020 14:39
It's Fat Thursday and in Poland it's bad luck not to eat at least one doughnut.
Photo: cejaPixabay
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There's an old stool which is put out in front of one Warsaw bakery to let customers know that there are still pączki in stock.

Here the pastries are made and fried in the traditional way - and the wait in the queue here on Fat Thursday is several hours.

Is it worth it? Some people swear it is. All over the country this Thursday Poles are standing in line for doughnuts.

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