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POLAND LOCATION 52 degrees north latitude and 20 degrees east longitude.

It is located in central Europe and lies on the eastern part of Germany.

The total area is slightly smaller than that of New Mexico.

Warsaw, the capital is located on 52º 15' N and 21º 00' E latitude and longitude respectively.

There are 16 provinces in Poland and it is six hours ahead of Washington DC during Standard Time. Climate Though Poland's climate is temperate, winters can be wet and cold. Chilling winds whip across the great plain during the late fall and winter months and precipitation is common

Temperate with warm summers, crisp, sunny autumns and cold winters. Snow covers the mountainous area in the south of Poland (mid December to April). Rain falls throughout the year. The most pleasant times to visit Poland are May-June and September, when it's still warm but unlikely to be too hot.

Culture

GEOGRAPHY
Seventy-five percent of the land lies below 650 feet (200 meters).

On the north Poland is bordered by the Baltic Sea and russia.




Religion plays an important role in the Polish society and is deeply intertwined with Polish culture.

Religious holidays are considered national holidays when most businesses are closed. The most important holiday is Christmas and celebrations last two and a half days. POPULATION 38,518,241 (July 2007 est.)
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