Why do we present in My Poland not only traditional Polish handicraft, but also traditions of national minorities? We notice and appreciate multiculturalism in Poland which originates from our tradition and history. Let us give a word to the founder of My Poland – Irena, who will describe a small borderland city – a city of her childhood:

“…..Slonim – the town of my childhood, part of Kresy – former Eastern Borderlands of Poland, now part of Belarus. Since the earliest times Slonim gave a warm welcome to and assimilated people of many nationalities, religions, cultures and traditions. Each one of them exerted an influence on history and atmosphere of this town. Here Poles, Belarusians, Ukrainians, Jews and Tartars live, work and celebrate side by side, creating multicoloured and unique climate of this place….”