Poland
Information
I live in Poland. The official name
of my country is Rzeczpospolita
Polska (Polish Republic). On the
north the...
Polish flag:
Polish emblem – white eagle with a crown:
Polish National Anthem – „Mazurek Dąbrowskiego”:
Borders of Poland
Poland is in Central
Europe.
Our neighbours:
 west: Germany
 south: Czech Republic
and Slovakia
 east...
Politics in Poland
Poland is a parliamentary
republic. Every 4 years
people vote for people
who will govern for next 4
yea...
History
Polish history is very long. The most
important things:
First people who came and lived on
Polish territory were S...
The North- land of water
On the north we’ve got the
Baltic Sea. In many cities like
Sopot or Gdańsk you can swim
or sunbat...
The South
Our country has many
resources like wood or steel.
Śląsk is famous for its coal
deposits.
We’ve got the Karpaty
...
The End
I hope You enjoyed this presentation and now you know more
about Poland 
Presentation made by:
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Polska 2 bogdanowicz

Polska
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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  • 1. Poland
  • 2. Information I live in Poland. The official name of my country is Rzeczpospolita Polska (Polish Republic). On the north there is the Baltic Sea. The Sudety and Karpaty mountains are on the south. Longest rivers are the Vistula river and Odra. Poland’s area is 312 679 km2, so it’s a 9th country in Europe. There are 38,5 million people. Poland has 16 provinces. The capital of Poland is Warsaw, where I live. It’s in the Masovian province.
  • 3. Polish flag: Polish emblem – white eagle with a crown: Polish National Anthem – „Mazurek Dąbrowskiego”:
  • 4. Borders of Poland Poland is in Central Europe. Our neighbours:  west: Germany  south: Czech Republic and Slovakia  east: Ukraine and Belarus  north: Lithuania and Russia.
  • 5. Politics in Poland Poland is a parliamentary republic. Every 4 years people vote for people who will govern for next 4 years. The sejm and the senate make the laws which are the accepted by the president Now our president is Bronisław Komorowski.
  • 6. History Polish history is very long. The most important things: First people who came and lived on Polish territory were Slavic. Next we had kings. The last one was Stanisław August Poniatowski. In 1772 there was 1st partition of Poland. Poland was divided into 3 parts: Russian, Austrian and Prussian. In 1918 Poland appeared on the maps again. We survived the Second World War but the we became a communist country under power of the USSR. We have been free since 1989. In 1990 we voted for our 1st president. Poland now is a democratic country.
  • 7. The North- land of water On the north we’ve got the Baltic Sea. In many cities like Sopot or Gdańsk you can swim or sunbathe on the beach. In Gdańsk you can see a big port. Sopot has a beautiful 511 metres long sea pier– the longest in Europe. Mazury is in the north-east of Poland. It’s a beautiful place of many lakes. You can sail and enjoy pretty views there.
  • 8. The South Our country has many resources like wood or steel. Śląsk is famous for its coal deposits. We’ve got the Karpaty mountains in the south-east and the Sudety mountains in the south-west. Many tourists come here every year to see beautiful animals, plants and to breath fresh air. The highest mountain of our country is Rysy. It is 2499 metres high.
  • 9. The End I hope You enjoyed this presentation and now you know more about Poland  Presentation made by: Aleksandra Bogdanowicz Kl. 1E Informations and pictures from: Wikipedia www.PolskaMultimedialna.pl Google Grafika