Today I was thinking.....some day I want to take my grandmother back to her ancestrial home of Warsaw, Poland. she has regretted not going to Poland to see her grandparent's graves when she was younger. is the liturgy the same in Poland? I would think they have a large Catholic population in Poland, but I know there is an Orthodox church of Poland.
When did she leave Poland? Are you sure she actually lived right in the city of Warsaw? Is the cemetary right in the city of Warsaw?
The reason I am asking is whenever I have visited I was impressed that the Poles were able to reproduced the historical parts of Warsaw after the destruction during WW2. But
there are a lot of new buildings built after the war, so her childhood home may not be standing.
There is an Orthodox cathedral in Warsaw going back tothe days of Russian rule, but the bulk of the Orthodox population consisting mostly of Ukrainians and Belarusians does not live right in Warsaw but in other parts of the country. Some of them were forcibly moved right after the war from the Carpathians to the areas where the Germans used to live in western Poland.