Olędrzy - (not) forgotten neighbors

Mennonites are Christian denominations of Protestantism. The Olęders lived in their villages according to the rules that their religion instructed them:

They were:

Their daily life was simple and harsh, consistent with the virtues of modesty and saving. Any entertainment, even as innocent as playing the violin, was banned, and gambling or alcohol abuse was punished.

Poland since 1573 stands so called Warsaw Confederation: Freedom of Religion Act.
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