Lithuania's Polish speaking community held a traditional parade on Saturday to celebrate the Polish Diaspora Day which is observed on May 2.
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The march in Vilnius also celebrated the 1,050th anniversary of Poland‘s baptism and the Constitution Day of May 3.

The parade takes place every three years. On Saturday, the parade marched from the Lithuanian parliament on Gedimino Avenue to the Gates of Dawn chapel which held service.

The celebration also included a concert at the City Hall featuring a well-known Polish band Golec uOrkiestra.

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