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    • Beauty is ourentire Poland
    • West PomeranianVoivodeship
      Situated in the north-western part of Poland belongs to the most beautiful
      and most attractive tourist regions of the country. Here prevail the best climatic conditions on the Baltic. The richness of the landscape of the province are forming hundreds of miles of coastline, glacialmoraines and forests.
      Szczecin is the capital of the region. 
      Szczecin - panorama
    • Szczecin– Odra River estuary
    • Castle of PomeranianDukes
    • Eagles of Piasts on square JasneBłonia
    • Angel of Liberty - a monument commemorating the victims of December 1970 in Stettin.
    • Szczecin - BoleslawBraveShafts
    • Świnoujście
      is one of the most attractive cities in the Polish coast. It lies on the northwestern edge of Poland, on 44 islands, but only three of them are inhabited:
      • Usedom - administrative and service center, a seaside district with tourist attractions and sanatoriums.
      • Wolin - Poland's biggest island, there are major facilities related to economy maritime and transport hubs - a ferry terminal, railway station and bus station.
      • Karsibór - There are here excellent conditions for the development of tourism, sports fishing and water sports.
      In the North of Island was created bird sanctuary - KępaKarsiborska.
      Borders of the city: The Szczecin Bay, Baltic Sea, and the state border with Germany .
    • Wolin Island
    • Breakwaters in port Świnoujście
    • Świnoujście - Harbour Master
    • Angel's Fort in Swinoujscie
    • Świnoujście - Gerhard’s Fort
    • On the island Karsibór
    • Świnoujście - beach
    • Międzyzdroje - located on the island of Wolin. Beautiful location between a wide beach with high cliff edge and a forest areasof Wolin National Park are the qualities that make up this attractive seaside resort.
    • Pier in Międzyzdroje
    • Międzyzdroje - Avenue of Stars
    • Imprints of hands of polish Stars
    • Wolinski National Park - beech forest
    • Wolinski National Park - bisonreserve
    • Wolinski National Park - Turquoise Lake
    • Cliffs
    • Trzęsacz
      Cliff coastline. The ruins that can be seen next to the crag, this isthe remains of the church, which was in the center of the village...
    • Trzęsacz - ruins of the church - monument class "0". The church was built in the fifteenth century,
      2 km from the sea and its residues today are an example of the destructive forces of the sea.
    • Pobierowo
    • Beach in Pobierowo
    • Resorts in Pobierowo
    • Niechorze - City buildings from the early twentieth century
    • Lighthouse in Niechorze
    • Beach in Niechorze
    • Niechorze – fishingboat
    • Stargard Szczeciński
    • Stargard - Kolegiata
    • Stargard Szczeciński
    • Kołobrzeg - Parsentaestuary and harbor
    • KolobrzegAerial
    • Kołobrzeg – lighthouse
    • Market Square in Kolobrzeg
    • Monument to the commander of the fortress Kolobrzeg - Commodore S.Mieszkowski
      Cathedral
    • Monument of nurse
    • This is one of the many fountains in Kołobrzeg
    • Kołobrzeg - tavern in an old fort
    • Pomeranian Dukes' Castle in Darłowo
    • Rega river estuary to the Baltic in Mrzezynoin the depths of Lake ReskoPrzymorskie
    • the end
      Music – F. Chopin; Nocturnefor piano No. 2 in E flatmajor
      Illustrations - downloaded from web sites
      The presentation is prepared by - Anna