Snapshots From the 125th Polish Constitution Day Parade in Chicago
Saturday was the 125th annual Polish Constitution Day parade held in Chicago, commemorating the May 3rd Polish Constitution of 1791. Since 1891, the event has been a focal point of Polish-American life in Chicago and draws thousands into a yearly sea of red and white.
This year, the parade was held along State Street, in between Lake and Van Buren Streets. Below are some images from the parade.
3 thoughts on “Snapshots From the 125th Polish Constitution Day Parade in Chicago”
Unfortunately, the parade was not televised in Chicago this year. My 96yr old mom watched it on Polish TVP from Poland.
where were the politicians?
This event looks really interesting ! Photos are amazing !
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