2. The Republic of Poland is located in centralEurope. It borders on Germany in the west, the Czech and Slovak Republics in the south, Lithuania, Belarus and Ukraine in the east, while its northern border is delimited by the
3. WARSAW is Polands capital and the largest city. It is located upon the longest Polish River, the Vistula. Poland is divided into 16 provinces.The major Polish cities include Krakow,Gdansk, Lódz, Katowice, Poznan, Szczecinand Wroclaw.
4. EMBLEM AND FLAGThe flag of Poland consists of two horizontal stripes of equal width, the upper one white and the lower one red.The two colors are defined in the Polish constitution as the national colors. The coat of arms of Poland is an image of a crowned white eagle in a red field.
5. CURRENCY The złoty meaning"golden", is the currency ofPoland and it issubdivided into 100 groszy.
6. Most Poles, approximately 89%, are members of the Roman CatholicChurch what makes Poland one of the most devoutly religious countries in Europe.JOHN PAUL II , sometimes calledJohn Paul the Great, reigned as Pope ofthe Catholic Church from 1978 until his death in 2005
7. SOSNOWIEC is a city located in the south of Poland. It is a county capital, a mining and industrial region with about 225,202 inhabitants.
8. Sosnowiec is a city of knowledge, with importanteducational infrastructures for more than 13 000of people. Sosnowiec houses the departmentsof several universities: the University of Silesia, Silesian Medical Academy, the Technical University of Silesia and the Teachers College of Foreign
9. What to see in Sosnowiec?
10. The Complex of Electronicsand Informatics SchoolsCourses: electronics technician informatics technician teleinformatics technicianSpecializations: computer systems and nets computer equipment repair and maintenance computer technique and audio-visual devices industrial electronics and automatics computer graphic design and multimedia internet applications and others..