In 2018, Poland and Lithuania celebrated the 100th anniversary of regaining independence, but also the 80th anniversary of establishing diplomatic relations. For various reasons, both our countries decided to establish
In historical development, the same tendencies that pertained to Lithuanians, e.g highs and lows, occupations, crises, political persecutions and various reforms, also affected the national minorities. These processes changed the
In the school year 2017/2018 at the forefront of the "Macierz Szkolna" ranking were: John Paul II junior high school in Vilnius, junior high school in Mickuny, Eliza Orzeszkowa junior high school in Biala Waka, Adama Mickiewicz junior high school in Dziewieniszki and Konstanty Parczewski junior high school Konstanty in Niemenczyn.
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