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Th e presented article concerns a change in the function and importance of the material elements of traditional folk culture in Polish Spisz (southern Poland). Older, usually wooden handicraft s related to farming (carts, cart wheels, ploughs, harrows, troughs, benches, etc.) have already lost their original functions in the highly modernised environment and are now used as aesthetic historical objects, hung on the walls of new buildings or placed in one's garden by the house. At the same time,doi:10.4467/22999558.pe.17.012.8410 fatcat:a67bazbx2jbdlcur2u3ll33nii