What is a Polish eagle tattoo?

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The polish eagle tattoo represents the freedom that the polish people now have today. How they flew past all of their problems to get to the place they are today and that they never want to look behind them because of all the improvements they have made in their lives and all of the accomplishments this country has made through out the years. This tattoo also costs a decent amount of money considering where the person wants the tattoo.
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Many people like to get Polish eagles tattooed on themselves to show their Polish
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