Но татарского в Польше уже немного -
"The Tatars first came to Poland in the late 14th century to serve as soldiers in its royal army, and remained. A group was granted land in Kruszyniany in 1679. Today the country's Tatar community numbers around 5,000 -- of whom only 10 still live in the village. Centuries of mixing mean they have lost their Turkish-linked language and adopted Polish-sounding names".