POLSKA             POLAND (ENG), POLEN (DE, DK),ПОЛЬША (RUS), ПОЛША (BULG), ПОЛЬЩА (UKR),LENKIJA (LITHUANIA), 波蘭 (CHINA), ...
FRYDERYK  ChopinNocturneS
A Pole =             PolishmanJohny,who isa Pole?          My daddy said, it’s            someone who          works like ...
Russia                                 Lithuania                                         BelarusGermany                   ...
POLAND joined EU      1. 05. 2004   polandCurrency Złoty (PLN)
Polish Flag is white and red.Polish national emblem is a  white eagle on the redbackground. On the head ofthe eagle there ...
National Anthem:Mazurek Dąbrowskiego(Poland Is Not Yet Lost)
Officiallanguage     Polish Regional   Kashubianlanguages    Silesian
Ethnic groups (2011)          93.7% Polish          2,1% Silesian        0.06% Kashubian         0.03% German        0.01 ...
What have I brought from Poland?Heavy luggage filled with hard life experience…
Polish administrative area is 312 679km ², which gives it the 70th place inthe world and ninth in Europe.A population of o...
President And Prime Minister  Government - Parliamentary republic (2013) The    President of Poland is Bronisław Komorows...
The PrimeMinister of Poland isDonald Tusk (2013)
PICTURES FROM PARLAMENT
Famous People From PolandJohn Paul II (In Polish: Jan Paweł II) - He wasthe Pope from Poland and the only polish Pope so f...
Lech Walesa (In Polish: Lech Wałęsa)He was the first president after ‘89 and the majoractivist of the Solidarity movement....
Fryderyk Chopin (1810-1849) was a Polishcomposer and virtuoso pianist and every polish personknows him. He is widely cons...
CopernicusNicolaus Copernicuswas a Renaissance mathematicianand astronomer who formulateda comprehensive heliocentricmodel...
Polish Nobel Prize Laureates
HISTORY            Poland began to form in 966           adopting Catholicism, later on sufferred many years of Partitions...
What do youthink about   He is exactly like my   today’s     wife. Gets on my  referee?    nerves, but there is           ...
Gdansk    Sopot    Gdynia        =   TrójmiastoRegion of lakes  MAZURY  South of Poland   MOUNTAINS  TATRY, KARPATY,SUDETY...
SOPOT   WHERE I LIVE
Sopot is a major health-spa and tourist resort                 destination.
Sopot has the longest wooden pier inEurope, at 515.5 metres
GDAŃSK - DANZIG
View of Gdaosks Old Town from the Motława river.The city is close to the former late medieval/modern boundary between West...
Gdaosk is a Polish city on the Baltic coast, the capital of the Pomeranian Voivodeship
Gdaosk   Polands principal seaport                   The medieval port crane, called Żuraw over                   Motława ...
Gdaosk
Gdaosk  Old Town
Gdaosk polish fourth-largest metropolitan area                  Old Town
Gdaosk - The city was the birthplace of the Solidarity movementwhich grew up under the leadership of Lech Wałęsa
Solidarity played a major role in bringing an end toCommunist rule across Central Europe.
Highlights of tourist attractions in PolandCastle in MalborkThe Castle of the Teutonic Order in Malbork is the largest cas...
Peninsula Helski   is a 35-km-long sand bar peninsula in northern Poland separating the Bay of Puck from  the open Baltic ...
The longest river and the highest                 mountainThe longest river in Poland is:Wisla (1047 kilometers). Wisla fl...
Wine, women and singing.
Warszawa -WARSAW
Warsaw- Capital City              The Palace of Culture and Science.A gift from the Soviet Union to the people of Poland i...
Warsaw• The Royal Łazienki Museum  in Warsaw consists of a  palace and garden complex  comprising magnificent  gardens, ca...
WarsawThe Chopin Statue is a large bronze statue of Frédéric Chopin in Warsaws RoyalŁazienki Park. At the statues base, si...
Warsaw                          Vilanov Palace       Palace Entrance                     • Flag Throwing PracticeThe art o...
Warsaw   Vilanov PalaceCeiling Painting InQueen’s Bedroom         Vilanov Palace Basilica
Slaughter                                    Oh, geee…                                 Nope, the second!!!Are you here the...
KRAKÓW
KRAKOWMAIN SQUARE   Welcome to Krakow’s Wawel                       Dragon
KRAKOWThe first fortress was built on Wawel Hillin the 11th. Century. The present castledates largely from the 16th. Centu...
KRAKOW   Early morning walk to check out Krakow
KRAKÓWWawel Castle
WIELICZKA - NEAR KRAKÓWThe salt mines in Wieliczka were part of the marriage settlement of the Hungarianprincess Kinga. Am...
Wieliczka                                Mine salt in WieliczkaThe mine, built in the 13th century, produced table saltcon...
Wieliczka  Main altar in St. Kinga’s Chapel.
Wieliczka            St. Kinga’s Chapel              Salt Sculpture
Oświęcim - THE TRAGIC HISTORY             AUSCHWITZ – NEAR CRACOW        BIRKENAU EXTERMINATION CAMPAn estimated 6,000,000...
Oświęcim                            AUSCHWITZ AND BIRKENAU The visit to Auschwitz and Birkenau allows you to gain insights...
Oświęcim   AUSCHWITZ AND BIRKENAU
Oswiecim                  AUSCHWITZ CONCENTRATION CAMP FACTS                              "Gypsies and people who were    ...
Oh, my God,this is uncle   Leon!
The region is located mostly in the basin of the middle Oder River,with its historic capital in Wrocław. The landscape is ...
Dolny Śląsk – Niederschlesien – Dolni SlezskoThroughout its history Lower Silesia has been under the control of the mediev...
Śnieżka, the highest peak of the Sudetes (1602 m asl).
Stołowe Mountains, part of the central Sudetes.
Ślęża Mountain, in the middle of the Lower Silesian lowlands.
The Towns of Lower  Silesia            The capital – Wrocław
Wałbrzych
The Książ Castle
Jelenia Góra
Legnica
Świdnica
Świdnica
Kłodzko
Kłodzko
The Polish Loire ValleyLower Silesia is also called the Polish Loire Valley as it is home to around 760palaces.Sadly, 30% ...
The Krobielowice Palace
The KamieniecZąbkowickiComplex
The Krzydłowice Palace
The KrzyzowaPalace Complex
The Mrowiny Palace
The Pakoszów Palace
The Pieszyce Palace
The Pyszczyn Palace
The Wojanów Palace
KoniecThe End
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  1. 1. POLSKA POLAND (ENG), POLEN (DE, DK),ПОЛЬША (RUS), ПОЛША (BULG), ПОЛЬЩА (UKR),LENKIJA (LITHUANIA), 波蘭 (CHINA), POLOGNE (FRANCE),POLONIA (SPAIN, ITALY), PUOLA (FINLAND), Ba Lan (VIETNAM) Poland
  2. 2. FRYDERYK ChopinNocturneS
  3. 3. A Pole = PolishmanJohny,who isa Pole? My daddy said, it’s someone who works like a horse and earns like a ponny.
  4. 4. Russia Lithuania BelarusGermany Ukraine Slovakia Czech Republic Our neighbours (Nachbarschaft):
  5. 5. POLAND joined EU 1. 05. 2004 polandCurrency Złoty (PLN)
  6. 6. Polish Flag is white and red.Polish national emblem is a white eagle on the redbackground. On the head ofthe eagle there is a golden crown.
  7. 7. National Anthem:Mazurek Dąbrowskiego(Poland Is Not Yet Lost)
  8. 8. Officiallanguage Polish Regional Kashubianlanguages Silesian
  9. 9. Ethnic groups (2011) 93.7% Polish 2,1% Silesian 0.06% Kashubian 0.03% German 0.01 % Ukrainian 0.01 % Belarusian 4,09 % Other (Roms, Russian, American, Lemkos, Lithuanian, English + undefined )
  10. 10. What have I brought from Poland?Heavy luggage filled with hard life experience…
  11. 11. Polish administrative area is 312 679km ², which gives it the 70th place inthe world and ninth in Europe.A population of over 38.5 million people , is the 34th most populous placein the world, and the sixth inthe European Union.
  12. 12. President And Prime Minister Government - Parliamentary republic (2013) The President of Poland is Bronisław Komorowski 2013-Jaruplund
  13. 13. The PrimeMinister of Poland isDonald Tusk (2013)
  14. 14. PICTURES FROM PARLAMENT
  15. 15. Famous People From PolandJohn Paul II (In Polish: Jan Paweł II) - He wasthe Pope from Poland and the only polish Pope so far. Poland remains one of the most devoutly religious countries in Europe. In 2007, 88.4% of the population belonged to the Catholic Church. Though rates of religious observance are lower, at 52% or 51% of the Polish Catholics.
  16. 16. Lech Walesa (In Polish: Lech Wałęsa)He was the first president after ‘89 and the majoractivist of the Solidarity movement. 2013-Jaruplund
  17. 17. Fryderyk Chopin (1810-1849) was a Polishcomposer and virtuoso pianist and every polish personknows him. He is widely considered one of the greatest Romanticcomposers.
  18. 18. CopernicusNicolaus Copernicuswas a Renaissance mathematicianand astronomer who formulateda comprehensive heliocentricmodel which placed the Sun at thecenter of the solar system, andwhich described the mechanics ofthe solar system in mathematicallanguage.
  19. 19. Polish Nobel Prize Laureates
  20. 20. HISTORY Poland began to form in 966 adopting Catholicism, later on sufferred many years of Partitions (1795–1918),also wars, then soviet opression (comunist times) till 1990 when Lech Wałęsa, a Solidarity candidate, eventually won the presidency.The Solidarity movement heralded the collapse of communist regimes and parties across Europe.
  21. 21. What do youthink about He is exactly like my today’s wife. Gets on my referee? nerves, but there is nothing you can do about it.
  22. 22. Gdansk Sopot Gdynia = TrójmiastoRegion of lakes MAZURY South of Poland MOUNTAINS TATRY, KARPATY,SUDETY, BIESZCZADY
  23. 23. SOPOT WHERE I LIVE
  24. 24. Sopot is a major health-spa and tourist resort destination.
  25. 25. Sopot has the longest wooden pier inEurope, at 515.5 metres
  26. 26. GDAŃSK - DANZIG
  27. 27. View of Gdaosks Old Town from the Motława river.The city is close to the former late medieval/modern boundary between West Slavic andGermanic lands and it has a complex political history with periods of Polish rule, periods ofGerman rule, and extensive self-rule, with two spells as a free city. It has been part of modernPoland since 1945.
  28. 28. Gdaosk is a Polish city on the Baltic coast, the capital of the Pomeranian Voivodeship
  29. 29. Gdaosk Polands principal seaport The medieval port crane, called Żuraw over Motława river.
  30. 30. Gdaosk
  31. 31. Gdaosk Old Town
  32. 32. Gdaosk polish fourth-largest metropolitan area Old Town
  33. 33. Gdaosk - The city was the birthplace of the Solidarity movementwhich grew up under the leadership of Lech Wałęsa
  34. 34. Solidarity played a major role in bringing an end toCommunist rule across Central Europe.
  35. 35. Highlights of tourist attractions in PolandCastle in MalborkThe Castle of the Teutonic Order in Malbork is the largest castle in the world by surface area, and the largest brick building in Europe.
  36. 36. Peninsula Helski is a 35-km-long sand bar peninsula in northern Poland separating the Bay of Puck from the open Baltic Sea.The width of the peninsula varies from approximately 300 m through 100 m in themost narrow part to over 3 km at the tip. Since the peninsula was formed entirely ofsand, it is frequently turned into an island by winter storms.
  37. 37. The longest river and the highest mountainThe longest river in Poland is:Wisla (1047 kilometers). Wisla flows through Warsaw and Kraków andmany other cities, from the south to the north of Poland. The highest mountain in Poland is : Rysy - 2499 meters above the sea level. 11-4-10
  38. 38. Wine, women and singing.
  39. 39. Warszawa -WARSAW
  40. 40. Warsaw- Capital City The Palace of Culture and Science.A gift from the Soviet Union to the people of Poland in 1952.
  41. 41. Warsaw• The Royal Łazienki Museum in Warsaw consists of a palace and garden complex comprising magnificent gardens, canals and ponds within its 80 hectares.• It was built during the second half of the eighteenth century.
  42. 42. WarsawThe Chopin Statue is a large bronze statue of Frédéric Chopin in Warsaws RoyalŁazienki Park. At the statues base, since 1959, on summer Sunday afternoons areperformed free piano recitals of Chopins compositions.
  43. 43. Warsaw Vilanov Palace Palace Entrance • Flag Throwing PracticeThe art of flag throwing dates back to medieval guilds. In classical flag throwing,the flag is turned left and right around the body in a standing posture. Inacrobatical flag throwing, the thrower uses both hands to move the flag in asitting, laying, or kneeling posture.
  44. 44. Warsaw Vilanov PalaceCeiling Painting InQueen’s Bedroom Vilanov Palace Basilica
  45. 45. Slaughter Oh, geee… Nope, the second!!!Are you here the first time?
  46. 46. KRAKÓW
  47. 47. KRAKOWMAIN SQUARE Welcome to Krakow’s Wawel Dragon
  48. 48. KRAKOWThe first fortress was built on Wawel Hillin the 11th. Century. The present castledates largely from the 16th. Century.
  49. 49. KRAKOW Early morning walk to check out Krakow
  50. 50. KRAKÓWWawel Castle
  51. 51. WIELICZKA - NEAR KRAKÓWThe salt mines in Wieliczka were part of the marriage settlement of the Hungarianprincess Kinga. Amazing figures and monuments were sculptured out of its salt wallswhich earned the Mine a place on the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage list in1978.Visit the 600 year old Salt Mine. You descend 380 wooden steps to the first level 64munderground from there you continue another two levels in tunnels and more stepsuntil you are 135m underground. The distance covered is 5 km and takes 2 hours.At the end of the tour you ascend in a small miners lift carrying 6 to 8 people.The tour visits many ancient chambers and chapels in which almost everything is madeor carved from salt.Kinga’s Chapel is a huge 22,000 cubic metre space and is a popular wedding place wewere advised.
  52. 52. Wieliczka Mine salt in WieliczkaThe mine, built in the 13th century, produced table saltcontinuously until 2007, as one of the worlds oldest salt minesstill in operation.In 1978 it was placed on the original UNESCO list of the WorldHeritage Sites Leonardos "The Last Supper" carved in a wall of rock salt The Wieliczka salt mine reaches a depth of 327 metres and is over 300 kilometres long.
  53. 53. Wieliczka Main altar in St. Kinga’s Chapel.
  54. 54. Wieliczka St. Kinga’s Chapel Salt Sculpture
  55. 55. Oświęcim - THE TRAGIC HISTORY AUSCHWITZ – NEAR CRACOW BIRKENAU EXTERMINATION CAMPAn estimated 6,000,000 Polish civilians died duringthe war, of which 2,900,000 were Jewish.
  56. 56. Oświęcim AUSCHWITZ AND BIRKENAU The visit to Auschwitz and Birkenau allows you to gain insights into the atrocities created under Hitlers regime and the millions who fell victim to the Holocaust. This was a very personal thought-provoking experience . The largest of all the Nazi concentration and extermination camps, Auschwitz, was transformed into a museum by the Polish government a few years after it was liberated by Russian Troops in 1945.
  57. 57. Oświęcim AUSCHWITZ AND BIRKENAU
  58. 58. Oswiecim AUSCHWITZ CONCENTRATION CAMP FACTS "Gypsies and people who were crippled especially were sent to be killed, but Slavonic peoples and Hungarians who disagreed with the fascist government were also sent to the chimneys.Many millions of Polish peopledied in the camps. Anyone whowas not German could be used ashands to work until they couldwork no longer, and then to beburned.
  59. 59. Oh, my God,this is uncle Leon!
  60. 60. The region is located mostly in the basin of the middle Oder River,with its historic capital in Wrocław. The landscape is mostly that of flatlowlands but the mountain ridge of the Western and Central Sudetesmake for the southern border of Lower Silesia.
  61. 61. Dolny Śląsk – Niederschlesien – Dolni SlezskoThroughout its history Lower Silesia has been under the control of the medieval Kingdom of Poland,shortly by the Kingdom of Bohemia, the Austrian Habsburg Monarchy (1526)and the Kingdom of Prussia (1742) to become a part of the German Empire in 1871.After 1945 the vast majority of the region fell to Poland. Current inhabitants have been largely resettled from the lands Poland lost after WW2, most importantly from today’s western Ukraine. For instance, people from Lviv were relocated to Wrocław, those from Boryslav to Wałbrzych. Also inhabitants of villages were moved in a similar way.
  62. 62. Śnieżka, the highest peak of the Sudetes (1602 m asl).
  63. 63. Stołowe Mountains, part of the central Sudetes.
  64. 64. Ślęża Mountain, in the middle of the Lower Silesian lowlands.
  65. 65. The Towns of Lower Silesia The capital – Wrocław
  66. 66. Wałbrzych
  67. 67. The Książ Castle
  68. 68. Jelenia Góra
  69. 69. Legnica
  70. 70. Świdnica
  71. 71. Świdnica
  72. 72. Kłodzko
  73. 73. Kłodzko
  74. 74. The Polish Loire ValleyLower Silesia is also called the Polish Loire Valley as it is home to around 760palaces.Sadly, 30% of them are currently ruined.However, around 10% of the palaces have been renovated so far.
  75. 75. The Krobielowice Palace
  76. 76. The KamieniecZąbkowickiComplex
  77. 77. The Krzydłowice Palace
  78. 78. The KrzyzowaPalace Complex
  79. 79. The Mrowiny Palace
  80. 80. The Pakoszów Palace
  81. 81. The Pieszyce Palace
  82. 82. The Pyszczyn Palace
  83. 83. The Wojanów Palace
  84. 84. KoniecThe End

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