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Poland Chooses Home Alone As Its Christmas Classic

Christmas is a holiday of tradition, even for those who don’t celebrate its religious elements, and those traditions have a lot to do with entertainment. Radio stations get all holly-jolly, your favorite TV shows air special episodes, and the same handful of movies are shown in heavy rotation. It’s A Wonderful Life, one of the umpteen versions of A Christmas Carol, and even the relatively more contemporary but still classic A Christmas Story are all staples. But Home Alone?

This Polish Restaurant is Over Three Times As Old As America

It boggles the mind to look at the dirtiest of American cities like New York and calculate the relatively short period of time the baby country of the US has had to accumulate such formidable filth. Conversely, traveling through Europe offers a glimpse into eras long gone by, with so many structures still standing that have survived more centuries than America has even existed.