Poles in Vienna Keep Their Language Alive in Uni Courses and Bi-lingual School Programs

Culture, attitudes and habits of thought are shaped by our mother tongue: Polish, a Slavic language, thrives in Vienna with the help of several institutions.

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Magdalena Elisabeth Korecka
is a Polish-Austrian writer and student of Journalism and Communication Science (Publizistik) plus English and American Literature and Culture (Anglistik und Amerikanistik) at the University of Vienna. A native of Vienna, she enjoys writing poetry as magoomagisch, loves stand-up-paddling on the Alte Donau or taking a Sunday hike in the Vienna Woods with family and friends.

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