Surprising discoveries. One of the reasons, why our job is our passion.

Duing our searching for ancestors in Cracow parishes, repeatedly, completely by accident we discover birth certificates of prominent citizens, whose names have a permanent place in Polish history. Recently, we were browsing the book of weddings from Saint Stephen parish, and we found marriage certificate of Karol Roman Kremer and Stanisława Kopff, that took place in this church February 21, 1858. Karol Kremer was an architect and conservator-restorer. His father, Józef Krämer came to Cracow
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The National Independence Day in Poland

Today we celebrate The National Independence Day in Poland. On this special day we commemorate the anniversary of restoration Polish sovereignty. In 1918 after 123 years of partitions Poland regain its freedom as The Second Polish Republic. A year ago when we prepared the article about National Independence Day for you we wrote about how we celebrate it and when it was established. This time we would like to focus on something a bit different.
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