The official name of Poland is ‘Rzeczpospolita Polska’. It is located in
Central Europe, by the Baltic Sea. It borders m...
In Gdynia is the highest building built in the Poland. Its name is
‘Beach Centre’. The popular places to visit are nation...
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Polska by Joanna

Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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  • 1. The official name of Poland is ‘Rzeczpospolita Polska’. It is located in Central Europe, by the Baltic Sea. It borders many countries (eg Germany, Lithuania, Belarus, Ukraine, Russia, the Czech Republic and Slovakia). The population of Poland is 38,110,000 (2008). Considering its regards population it is thirty-third most populated country in the world. The official language is Polish. The capital of Rzeczpospolita Polska is our beautiful Warsaw. The president is Lech Kaczyoski and the prime minister is Donald Tusk. The dominant religion is Catholicism. The main cities are: Warsaw, Cracow, Łódź, Wrocław, Poznao and Gdaosk. Most people live in cities. The currency is zloty. The longest river is the Vistula and the shortest is Bóbr. The deepest lake in Poland is Haocza and the largest is Śniardwy. The major territories are low-lying. Only some part of the centre of Poland and the south territories are upland. The highest mountain is Rysy in the Tatras (2499,1m). The smallest depression are Raczki Elbląskie on Żuławy Wiślane (-1,8m). Poland is in the temperate climatic zone. Summers are warm and mild and winters are cold or cool. The vegetation is deciduous and mixed desertic and steppe. Poland has a beautiful scenery (mountains: Sudety, Karpaty, Tatry).
  • 2. In Gdynia is the highest building built in the Poland. Its name is ‘Beach Centre’. The popular places to visit are national parks, art galleries, museums, big centre trades, pretty beaches, aqua parks, temples, theatres, cinemas and planetariums. Poland is the best place to visit in the world! The flag of Poland. The emblem of Poland. Bibliography - found in: www.google.pl