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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Zaduszki (also dzie zaduszny) is a Polish tradition of lighting candles (znicze) and visiting the graves of the relatives on All Souls Day. Its origins can be traced to the times of Slavic mythology.The tradition of lighting candles comes from ancient slavic Dziady feast and originally would take place on All Souls'' Day. However, due to later common misunderstandings, it is performed nowadays mainly on All Saints Day, but, in that case is not called Zaduszki - the word Zaduszki originates from dzie zaduszny which can be translated as the day of the prayer for souls, and thus is more closely related to All Souls'' Day.
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