Poland

Capital: Warsaw Population: 38.2 million

Currency and its exchange rate: PLN (1 Eur = 4,20 PLN)

Member State of the EU, NATO, UN

About Poland

Poland, officially the Republic of Poland is a country in Central Europe, surrounded by Germany to the west, the Czech Republic and Slovakia to the south, Ukraine, Belarus and Lithuania to the east, and the Baltic Sea and Kaliningrad, to the north.

The total area of the country is 312,679 km square (120,726 sq mi), making it the 69th largest country in the world and 9th the largest in Europe.


Poland has more than 38 million people, which makes it 34 the most populous country in the world and the sixth most populous member of the European Union, is its most populous post-communist member

 

Most interesting places in Poland:


  • Warsaw



Warsaw is located in central Poland, Mazovia Lowland. Warsaw is the capital of the Polish and the Mazowieckie Province - one of the largest and most economically and culturally developed areas of Polish Population 1 708 491 Things to Do in Warsaw Old Town, the Royal Castle, the Palace of Culture and Science, Wilanów Palace, the Royal Baths, the National Museum, Belvedere

Things to see in Warsaw

Old Town, the Royal Castle, the Palace of Culture and Science, the Wilanów Palace, Lazienki Park, the National Museum, Belvedere

 

     • Cracow



 

 

The city is situated on the southern Polish Vistula River, in a valley at the foot of the northern edge of the Carpathian Foothills. It is one of the oldest Polish cities of years of history, with many valuable architectural objects. It also runs a number of institutions and cultural institutions that collect priceless monuments. Krakow population is 756 183 inhabitants. Things to do in Krakow: Wawel Castle, St. Mary's Church WNMP, Mound

Things to do in Krakow:
Wawel Castle, St. Mary's Church WNMP, Kosciuszko Mound

 

      •Gdansk

The city is situated on the Bay of Gdansk, at the mouth of the Vistula Motława. Gdańsk is situated on the Vistula Żuławy, the coastal part of the Vistula Spit 460 517th Population Things Danzig: Main Town Hall, Crane, St. Mary's Church

Attractions of Gdansk:
Main Town Hall, Crane, St. Mary's Church

 

 

 

    Wroclaw


City with county rights in south-western Poland, the seat of the province of Lower Silesia and the county of Wrocław.

Located in Central Europe, the Silesian Lowland, in pravalley Wroclaw on the Oder River and its four tributaries.

It is the historical capital of Silesia and Lower Silesia.

The fourth most populous city in Poland - 631 188 inhabitants of Wroclaw is also one of the oldest Polish cities in terms of location on the Rights of the city.

From 1 January 1999 the capital of the province of Lower Silesia

 
Attractions of Wroclaw:

Panorama Raclawicka Market in Wroclaw, Cathedral Island, District Four Temples, on the Oder.

 

 

 

 

  • Zakopane

Zakopane is situated in southern Poland on the border with Slovakia and administratively belongs to the province of Malopolska (from Krakow center is about 100 km). It is the municipality, adjacent to Koscieliska, Tatra Poronin and Bukovina.

It is the second-largest city after New Market Podhale Miata and the highest in Poland. Krupówki intersection and Kosciuszko, the central point of the city lies at an altitude of 838 m above sea level Zakopane is situated in southern Poland on the border with Slovakia and administratively belongs to the province of Malopolska (from Krakow center is about 100 km). It is the municipality, adjacent to Koscieliska, Tatra Poronin and Bukovina. It is the second-largest city after New Market Podhale Miata and the highest in Poland.

Krupówki intersection and Kosciuszko, the central point of the city lies at an altitude of 838 m above sea level Zakopane and the surrounding area are considered to be the most attractive tourist regions in Poland. It is an ideal place for hiking and one of the best ski resorts in the country.

 

 

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