On November 11th, Poland celebrates its independence day. Independence was proclaimed in 1918 after 123 years of partitions by Austria-Hungary, Germany, and Russia.
Main celebrations are attended by the president and government bodies. They laid wreaths at the tomb of the unknown soldier. A military parade in historical costumes took place in the center of Warsaw. Today, twenty demonstrations, manifestations, and even protests are planned in Warsaw.
Opponents of the current regime come out with a slogan "Poland is not just for Poles" - to oppose traditional claims of right-wing organizations, who plan their own march. Police plan their routes so they do not intersect. Yet, usually, the protesters finish with some clashes - with each other or police.