Prezentacja Polski

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Prezentacja Polski

  1. 1. Poland, officially the Republic of Poland - the country located in Central Europe on the Baltic Sea. Border with Germany (West), Czech Republic and Slovakia (the south), Ukraine and Belarus (the east), the north-east of Lithuania and in the north of Russia (Kaliningrad Oblast). Moreover, Polish exclusive economic zone limit in the Baltic Sea bordered by zones of Denmark and Sweden. In terms of surface area is 68 place in the world and ninth in Europe. In terms of population is 33 place in the world. The country is divided into 16 provinces which are divided into districts and then to the municipality.
  2. 2. Conventional date for the establishment of the Polish state isConventional date for the establishment of the Polish state is oftenoften taken 966 years, when the ruler Mieszko I acceptedtaken 966 years, when the ruler Mieszko I accepted Christianity. Poland became a kingdom in the year 1025, and inChristianity. Poland became a kingdom in the year 1025, and in 1569 formed a union with Lithuania. The greater part of its history,1569 formed a union with Lithuania. The greater part of its history, the Republic of Poland was a sovereign, multiethnic and multi. Thethe Republic of Poland was a sovereign, multiethnic and multi. The state survived until 1795, when the territory was divided between thestate survived until 1795, when the territory was divided between the three invaders: the Kingdom of Prussia, Russian Empire and Austriathree invaders: the Kingdom of Prussia, Russian Empire and Austria (the partitions of Polish).(the partitions of Polish). Poland regained its independence in 1918 after the First World War.Poland regained its independence in 1918 after the First World War. During World War II the country was occupied by Nazi Germany andDuring World War II the country was occupied by Nazi Germany and the USSR. The number of war victims is estimated at over 6 millionthe USSR. The number of war victims is estimated at over 6 million Polish citizens. After the war, Poland became a socialist republic,Polish citizens. After the war, Poland became a socialist republic, depending on the Soviet Union. In 1989, a change in the politicaldepending on the Soviet Union. In 1989, a change in the political system of parliamentary democracy and a return to a marketsystem of parliamentary democracy and a return to a market economy.economy.
  3. 3. During the formation of statehood Poland include coverage of the land area of over two hundred and fifty thousand kilometers ² with more than a million inhabitants. During the reign of Casimir the Great of the country (about 270 thousand. Km ²), has a population of over 2.5 million people. The union with Lithuania brought radical population growth and territorial development. During the reign of Stefan Batory of the country came close to 1 million square km, while the population at the end of the sixteenth century is likely to reach 9 million.
  4. 4. Warsaw (Capital City of Warsaw) - capital and largest Polish city, located in central-eastern part of the country.
  5. 5. Krakow (full name: Royal Capital City of Cracow) - a city situated on the Vistula River in southern Poland, the second in the country - Warsaw - in terms of population and in terms of surface area. One of the oldest Polish cities, with over a thousand years of history.
  6. 6. Zychlin - is a small town. It lives about 10 thousand people. Was founded by Jews long time ago (no one really knows when).
  7. 7. Square 29-November Liberty Square St. Boleslaw Prus St. Sienkiewicz St. Łąkowa
  8. 8. St. Narutowicza (my old school) St. Orłowskiego City Library
  9. 9. Zakopane, Poland - a town in Lesser Poland region, the county seat of Tatra. In the years 1977-1994 was the seat and seat location Tatra. In the years 1975-1998 the town administratively belonged to the province Nowosądecki.

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