Three Kings’ Day in Poland

We celebrate the Three Kings Day on the 6th of January. It is a Christian holiday associated with the three wise men who went to Bethlehem to worship Christ. A new custom in Poland to celebrate 6 January is the Three Kings’ retinue. It is a nationwide event. The customs of this holiday began to appear at the turn of the 15th and 16th centuries. The ordination of gold and incense became popular then. The custom of marking the Cretaceous was also popular, as the letters C + M + B (or K + M + B) and date of the current year were written on the on the entrance door.

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