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波蘭文化和其千年的複雜歷史緊密相連[1]。波蘭地處歐洲中心,文化也是歐洲各地文化合流的結果。波蘭文化淵源開始於早期斯拉夫人,但波蘭文化一直深受德國文化、拉丁文化和拜占庭文化的影響,並且許多少數族裔也曾居住波蘭並對波蘭文化產生影響[2]。在19和20世紀,波蘭比起政治和經濟更重視文化。現在波蘭是一個高度發達的國家,並且保留了其文化傳統。波蘭語屬於西斯拉語,是斯拉夫語言中使用人口第二多的語言[3]

參考資料编辑

  1. ^ Adam Zamoyski, The Polish Way: A Thousand Year History of the Poles and Their Culture. Published 1993, Hippocrene Books, Poland, ISBN 0-7818-0200-8
  2. ^ Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Poland, 2002–2007, AN OVERVIEW OF POLISH CULTURE. Access date 12-13-2007.
  3. ^ Britannica Encyclopaedia "Lekhitic languages, also spelled Lechitic, group of West Slavic language composed of Polish, Kashubian and its archaic variant Slovincian, and the extinct Polabian language. All these languages except Polish are sometimes classified as a Pomeranian subgroup. The West Slavic Languages are a subfamily of the Slavic Languages, a descendant of the Indo-European Languages, itself a descendant of Proto-Indo European languages. In the early Middle Ages, before their speakers had become Germanized, Pomeranian languages and dialects were spoken along the Baltic in an area extending from the lower Vistula River to the lower Oder River."