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POLOGNE

Le centre géographique de l’Europe entre le Portugal et l’Oural !
Une richesse culturelle insoupçonnée, un riche et bien maintenu patrimoine naturel et architectural, le contraste des paysages entre la mer et les montagnes…
Des villes uniques : Varsovie, Cracovie, Danzig, Breslau…
Des paysages uniques : les immenses plages de la mer Baltique, les lacs grandioses de Mazurie, les sommets rocheux du Tatras, la chaîne de montagnes de Bieszczady…
Des sites uniques : la Place du Marché à Cracovie – la plus grande d’Europe, le château de Wawel, la Chemin Royal à Varsovie, le château de Malbork, qui est la plus grande forteresse médiévale d’Europe…
La Pologne est aussi un pays placé entre deux cultures : l’Ouest et l’Est.
Un pays qui vous étonnera !
 
Capital: Warsaw
Official language: Polish
Government: Parliamentary republic
EU accession: 1 May 2004
Area: 312,685 km2 = 120,696.41 sq mi
Population: 38,192,000
Currency: Złoty (PLN)
 
 
 

POLAND

The geographic center of Europe between Portugal and the Urals!
An unsuspected cultural wealth, a rich and well maintained natural and architectural heritage, contrasting scenery between the sea and mountains…
Unique cities: Warsaw, Cracow, Danzig, Breslau…
Unique scenery: the immense Baltic sea beaches, the enormous lakes of Mazurie, the rocky peaks of the Tatras; the Bieszczady mountain chain…
Unique sites: the Market Square in Cracow – the largest in Europe, Wawel castle, the Royal Way in Warsaw, Malbork castle, which is Europe’s largest medieval fortress…
Poland is also a country situated between two cultures: the West and the East.
A country which will surprise you!