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Romani people in Poland

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Romani people in Poland (Polish: Romowie, commonly known as Gypsies Polish: Cyganie) are one of Poland's recognized ethic minorities.

According to the Polish census of 2011, 17049 people in Poland declared themselves as Romani people.

Recorded history of Romani people in Poland dates to the 15th century.

Major ethnic subgroups of Romani people in Poland are: the Polska Roma, the Bergitka (Carpathian) Roma, Kalderash and Lovari.

Personalities

  • BronisÅ‚awa Wajs - female poet
  • Alfreda Markowska - saved Romani and Jewish children under the Nazis
  • References

    Romani people in Poland Wikipedia


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