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The Geographical Background Of Our Region Presentation was prepared by studetns of Anna Vasa school in Golub-Dobrzyń as a part of the Comenius project We Guide Our Partners

The Geographical Background Of Our Region Presentation was prepared by studetns of Anna Vasa school in Golub-Dobrzyń as a part of the Comenius project We Guide Our Partners

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  • We guide our partners
  • The Geographical Background of our Region
  • The Golub-Dobrzyń district is located in the eastern part of the kujawsko-pomorskie province. It occupies 612,74 km ² , which is a 3,5 % area of the kujawsko-pomorskie province. Geographical location
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  • Million years ago there was a completely different climate on our palnet. Europe was covered with solid ice accompanied with frost and blizzards. Glaciers appeared many times shaping Europe. As you can see on the map of Europe, it was the most frozen. Scadinavia was the place where inlandsis were created first. Million years ago …
  • Glacier model
  • Glaciations in Poland Polish Land has been formed as a result of the Scandinavian glaciation. In consequence our sites have a very varied postglacial appearance.
  • Ground Moraine Ground moraine is a type of moraine, which is built of glacial drift. You can find here esker and kame. Near Zbójno you can also find Zbójnickie Drumlins.
  • Zbójnickie Drumlins Zbójnickie Drumlins arose as a result of the activity of a glacier and its waters. They are oblong hills built of clay and sand.
  • DRIFTS AND POSTGLACIAL FORMS Scandinavian island ice left behind a lot of drifts and postglacial forms. The next figure shows the most important of them.
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  • Postglacial landforms Our region has a number of post-glacial lakes - large and small, and numerous postglacial forms. These are esker and kame.
  • Esker
  • Kame
  • Climate Poland belongs to the moderate climate zone. The coldest month is January and the warmest July. Temperature during the year ranges between 18 C in summer and - 2 ° C in winter. Precipitation ranges from 580 to 450 mm and are among the lowest in the country.
  • Plants Flora of our region is quite rich. There are over 70kinds of plants.
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  • Forest Forests cover 25% of our region. Pine forests, growing on poor soils which predominate here. Other forests are deciduous ones.
  • Animals Rivers and lakes are inhabited by fish. In the woods you can find birds, mammals and reptiles.
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  • Drwęca Valley The great attraction of the region is a beautiful valley, where the Drwęca river flows. It is very clean and attractive to the public.
  • Because of its charm and richness of fish, the river has been a nature reserve since 1961.
  • Drwęca River
  • Postglacial lakes In our region there are many postglacial lakes. The main reservoirs are Grodno and Okonin, which attract many tourists from the city.
  • Grodno
  • Okonin
  • Sitno
  • Jeziórki
  • Słupno
  • Oszczy-wilk
  • Soil 85% of soils in our region was evaluated as good and average. The main soil types are brown ones. Drab and poorer occur mostly in the valley of the Drwęca river.
  • Poor soil Very good soil Average soil
  • Economy - agriculture Golub-Dobrzyń county is mainly agricultural. The area used for agriculture is 43.4 thousand. ha, which represents approximately 70.9% of the total. Fertile soils are planted with wheat, barley and corn. Poor soils are planted with rye, tobacco and potatoes. s ugar beet Fertile soils are planted with
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  • wheat
  • barley
  • corn
  • Poor soils are planted with rye
  • Tobacco
  • Potatoes
  • Industry – natural resources In our region there are postglacial raw materials - sand and gravel. They are mined in many places. Sand and gravel are used for the purposes of local industry to produce concrete elements.
  • Gravel
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  • Where do people work ? Industry People working in industry make 28%.
  • Unemployment The rate of unempolyment is 7,1%.
  • Agriculture People working in agriculture are 41%.
  • Services People working in services are 28%.
  • Population of our region One of the problems in our district is unemployment, which causes social losses, the negative economic effects and moral consequences. DATA General Female Male General 45 107 22 790 22 317 City 17 127 9001 8126 Country 27 980 13 789 14 191