Maciek Rudnicki
The Polish flag                     The Polish flag is                      white and red.
Mountains               The Tatra                Mountains are the                highest mountain                range i...
Rivers            The Vistula             (Wisła) is the             longest and the             most important          ...
Lakes           Poland is known            for its Mazurian            Region, a paradise            for sailors.
Cities          Wrocław is situated           on the River Oder           (Polish Odra) in           Lower Silesia.      ...
Famous composers                 GrubSon is a Polish                  rap singer.
Famous singers                    Big cyc is a Polish                     singers group .
Famous people                   Kuba                    Błaszczykowski                    is a famous Polish             ...
For the eTwinning projectBehind the Music2012
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  1. 1. Maciek Rudnicki
  2. 2. The Polish flag  The Polish flag is white and red.
  3. 3. Mountains  The Tatra Mountains are the highest mountain range in Poland.
  4. 4. Rivers  The Vistula (Wisła) is the longest and the most important river in Poland
  5. 5. Lakes  Poland is known for its Mazurian Region, a paradise for sailors.
  6. 6. Cities  Wrocław is situated on the River Oder (Polish Odra) in Lower Silesia.  It is the largest city in western Poland.
  7. 7. Famous composers  GrubSon is a Polish rap singer.
  8. 8. Famous singers  Big cyc is a Polish singers group .
  9. 9. Famous people  Kuba Błaszczykowski is a famous Polish football player
  10. 10. For the eTwinning projectBehind the Music2012

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