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Poland by lucas mc gill Poland by lucas mc gill Presentation Transcript

  • Poland
  • Capital: Warsaw
  • Demographic info Population: 38,115,000 61% live in rural area Population growth is at 0.08% Average life expectancy was 70.5 for men and 78.9 for women View slide
  •  Democracy, Parliamentary republic Government They have a prime minister and a president Serve 2 5 year terms View slide
  • • The start of WW• Germany invited Poland• Created a chain reaction of wars and became WWII Invasion of Poland Historical moment
  • Economy• High income economy• Fastest growing economy in Europe• Only Country in the European union to not avoided a decline in GDP
  • Zupa pomidorowa• The roman catholic church • A soup with rice and tomato has influence on the food• Makes a lot of grains• This includes wheat, rye, buckwheat, and barley
  • Cities Biggest City • Warsaw – Capital and Largest City Located by the Vistula River – Population: 1,708,491 – major international tourist destination
  • Arts Pop John Paul 2nd• Pope of The catholic church from 1978 until his death in 2005• 2nd Longest living pope ever• improved the Catholic Churchs relations with Judaism, Islam
  • Wild CardPoland Nobel prize winners• Poland has 23 Nobel prize winners•
  • Sources• http://en.poland.gov.pl/• http://www.paiz.gov.pl/en?lang_id=12• http://www.commonwealth.pl/• http://www.theancientweb.com/explore/content .aspx?content_id=24• http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/466 681/Poland• http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PfHuVEDjdnc