Janela típica de casas da etnia Kurpie, região étnica da Polônia. Museu Kurpie em Nowogród, na província de Podlaskie, Polônia. Janelas em uma casa Kurpie sempre continham seis painéis de vidro. Fotografia: Szymon Nitka.
Podlasie, kraina otwartych okiennic / The Land of open shutters, Puchly, Podlaskie, Poland
Shakotis Polish Sękacz (also known as Bankuchenas in western Lithuania) or Lithuanian šakotis is a popular Polish-Lithuanian traditional cake. The cake became popular during the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth (1569–1791). Its origins are attributed to either the Italian Queen Bona Sforza of Poland or the Baltic tribe of Yotvingians. The Yotvingians settled in the early and high Middle Ages in Podlasie,