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We were intrigued to learn before going that there was a distinct Kashubian language and minority culture in Pomerania. The museum has a lot of interesting artefacts from all aspects of daily Kashubian life. All information was in Polish, but still able to get some...More
A good place for all... you can sing the funny song called "Kashubian notes", you can sniff the aromatic tobacco and more... it's very funny the young and beauty blond girl who sings the Kashubian notes.
From the old farm equipment outside the museum to our singing tour guide, we were enthralled with this museum. As we walked through we were able to see and read about the history of the Kashubians. Highlights included the big shoes, tin toys, the meaning...More