|Medal for Long Marital Life|
|Type||single grade medal|
|Awarded for||50 years of marriage|
|Presented by||the President of Poland|
|Established||February 17, 1960|
|Next (higher)||Medal for Long Service|
The Medal for Long Marital Life (Polish : Medal Za Długoletnie Pożycie Małżeńskie) is a Polish medal established on February 17, 1960. It is awarded to couples who have been married for at least 50 years. It is a round, silver medal with six (6) rays. The obverse has a pink enameled center with two roses with intertwined stems superimposed. The reverse has the letters PRL in the center. Surrounding this are the words: ZA DLUGOLETNIE POZYCIE MALZENSKIE in a circle. The medal is 35mm in diameter. The ribbon is 37mm wide with a 4mm wide white stripe in the center of the ribbon.
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