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    • POLAND
    • Poland is situated in the centre of Europe. Our neighbours are Germany, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Ukraine, Belarus, Lithuania and Russia.
    • To the north of Poland there is the Baltic Sea.
    • This is the Polish flag. It’s white and red.
    • This is the Polish national emblem. It’s an eagle with a crown on its head.
    • The capital of Poland is Warsaw. It’s set in the centre of Poland
    • The Polish current president is Bronisław Komorowski
    • The longest Polish river is the Vistul a (in Polish Wisła).
    • In the south of Poland there are the Tatra Mountains with their highest peak Rysy.
    • One of the oldest and most beautiful Polish towns is Kraków. For centuries it was the capital of Poland and the seat of kings.
    • Our home town is Piotrków Trybunalski. It is located in central Poland. It isn’t big. It is eight hundred years old and it has a lot of interesting places to see, such as the Royal Castle, The Old Town and a number of beautiful churches.
    • Our school is in the centre of Piotrków and it is called Primary School No 10. Our patron is Mikołaj Rej – a famous Polish writer. Our school isn’t big. There are about 300 pupils at the age of 7 – 12.