Noc Kupały at midsummer.
Correct. And yes, it's romantic and lovely. Only unmarried girls are supposed to float the wreaths, the men catch them and then they live happily ever after. A very old pagan tradition. Noc Kupały is the old pagan name, later ofc renamed to noc świętojańska (St. John's Night), in Kraków they call it something else - wianki. Simplicity rules.
I think backto wanted you to guess it.
not really, I don't live in Kraków, I consider it a friendly city but it still is a bit, you know, foreign - I remember visiting Kraków when I was maybe 13 or 14, I saw this sign saying "laczki w podworcu" and I was totally perplexed, might as well be written in Chinese.
Which famous painting does this fragment belong to?
It's been only 5 hours so I'll wait till tomorrow.
Anyway, see how pretty it looks.