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Poland!!!

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Monika Ziaja

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Transcript of Poland!!!

Legend of Lech,
Czech and Rus
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Long ago, three brothers - Lech, Czech and Rus went hunting together but each of them followed a different prey and eventually they all travelled in different directions. Rus went to the east. Czech settled in the west on the Říp Mountain rising up from the Bohemian hilly countryside. Lech kept on going north.
Once, while hunting, he followed his arrow and suddenly on a red background, the setting sun, he saw a white eagle in its nest among some branches of oak. Seeing the eagle against the red of the setting sun, Lech took this sight as a good omen and made a decision to settle
in this place. He built a castle there and called the place Gniezno (Polish gniazdo - nest). Lech adopted the White Eagle as his coat-of-arms, still it is our national symbol, and the color of the eagle and the color of the setting sun are depicted in Polish flag.
The Republic of Poland
Poland in Europe
Our national emblem
The national flag
Presidential Palace
Palace Of Culture And Science
Warsaw
– capital of Poland
The Royal Castle
The Royal Baths
38 200 037
Population
Most Poles are Christian - about 88,4 % (2007), mostly Roman Catholic
Catholicism plays an important role in the lives of many Poles.
Religion
The Prime Minister - Donald Tusk
The President -
Bronisław Komorowski
Poland is a democratic country.
The offical language is Polish. Every day we use Polish too.
Our currency is złoty, for short - zł or PLN.
Pope John Paul II
Famous Poles
Ignacy Jan Paderewski
Czesław Miłosz
Henryk Sienkiewicz
With Fire and Sword
Robert Korzeniowski
Tomasz Gollob
Robert Kubica
Polish natural values
Polish folklore
Traditional dish
History of Poland
Kazimierz the Great
Polish partitions
World War I
Regain
independence
Swedish Deluge
World War II
Polish Round
Table Agreement
Battle
of Grunwald
Poland in NATO
Poland in UE
Biskupin
THANK YOU
Polish connections
Polish history in a nutshell
Adam Małysz
Justyna Kowalczyk
Novelists
Pan Tadeusz
last great epic poem
Władysław Stanisław Reymont
Witold Gombrowicz
Bolesław Prus
Wild cat żbik
Lynx - Ryś
Bison żubr
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