10 Unknown fact about Poland

Poland is located in Central Europe and is bordered by Germany, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Ukraine, Belarus, Lithuania, and Russia.

The official language of Poland is Polish, which is the second most widely spoken Slavic language after Russian.

Poland has a population of over 38 million people and is the sixth most populous country in the European Union.

The country has a rich history and culture, with contributions to fields such as literature, art, music, and science.

Poland is home to the Wieliczka Salt Mine, which has been in operation for over 700 years and is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The country is known for its traditional crafts, such as pottery, woodcarving, and embroidery.

Poland has a diverse landscape, with mountains, forests, lakes, and a long coastline on the Baltic Sea.

The city of Krakow, located in southern Poland, is known for its beautiful architecture, vibrant culture, and historical significance.

Poland has a significant Jewish history and culture, with the city of Warsaw being home to the largest Jewish community in Europe before World War II.

Polish cuisine is known for its hearty, comforting dishes, such as pierogi (dumplings), bigos (hunter's stew), and kielbasa (sausage), as well as desserts such as szarlotka (apple pie) and paczki (doughnuts).