The Poles amuse themselves great without alcohol in all regions Poland. It is not surprising, when instead of losing money on alcohol, one allocates it to a generous pay to the orchestra or the tables filled with excellent dishes and (non-alcoholic) drinks. This is the reason why the non-alcoholic weddings grow in popularity over the recent years in Poland.
However, the market economy is not market driven but rather ideology driven. So in spite of the growing demand, the professional facilities like restaurants do not offer the people the opportunicy of non-alcoholic entertainment.
This gap on the market is filled with the events of Wedding of the Weddings. It offers entertainment, which even the European crowned rulers can not boast. The Wedding of the Weddings Radom 2020 offered the opportunity of dancing, praying and many other attractions.
It is a miracle that the wedding of weddings was approved by the authorities in the time of Wuhan hysteria. Not only was it a miracle, but it was also wonderful. It was a kind of a village wedding - there was singing, dancing and eating in the open air, as visible in the photo above. Before that, however, we visited the open-air museum of the Radom village. We got to see how villagers have lived over the past two hundred years. Not only the houses but also the interior fittings with equipment from the era were reconstructed. We were shown the huts, barns and generally doe houses of the poor and rich farmers as well as the buildings of the nobles. Windmills and water mills were brought together. Plows, seeders, harvesters and tractors were also on display. Many of the tractors were made by the farmers themselves. People already knew how to help themselves in the time of socialism. A wooden church could not be missing either. Particularly noticeable were the marble altars, which in reality were cut from wood and then painted in such a way that one really had the impression of looking at marble.
But we were also able to get to know the culture of that time. We admired the wisdom of the common people. For example, immoral people have been excluded from the decision-making bodies, which was extremely wise, which we can see for ourselves nowadays, where this practice has been abandoned, with the result that now honest people are excluded from the democratic processes, which means that the laws become unbearable for humans with each day.
Thereafter, a folk festival took place. We had a peasant lunch under the open sky, with dishes from the peasant table, i.e. a stew, fried sausages, fried grützwurst, ham, lard, pickled cucumber, etc. We listened to two lectures on the latest results of scientific research on the importance of the family in the life of society and of individuals. Afterwards a folk ensemble from the region sang and danced and we danced also. Finally, we ate a wedding cake and went to the local church to hear mass read by two bishops. That was the end of the celebration.
We will certainly remember and discuss the contents of the lectures and sermons for a long time, think about the conversations with our friends and enjoy the wonderful memories.