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According to shoppingpicks, in the month of January, Poland experiences cold and wet weather. The average temperature is around 2°C and there is some precipitation throughout the month. February brings a slight increase in temperatures to around 4°C but rainfall continues to be moderate. March sees a further increase in temperatures to around 6°C and rain showers become more frequent throughout most parts of the country. Poland lies on the dividing line between a moderate maritime climate (north and west) and a dry continental climate (south and east). Most rain falls in early summer. Winters are dry and cold. The further east, the colder. In winter the temperature during the day is between -2 and + 2 °C. If the wind comes from the east, it can freeze severely for weeks on end. Summers are pleasant with average maximum temperatures between 22 and 25°C. Now the further east, the warmer. In the mountainous south (Carpathian, Sudeten) it is cool and wet in summer. Check aristmarketing for Poland in 1997.

Poland Geography and Population

Poland – visual arts and architecture With Poland’s transition to Christianity in 966, the influence of the West began to take hold. From pre-Roman times, remains of chapels in rotunda form have been preserved in Kraków, Płock and Giecz. From the 1100’s. Romanesque churches were built in Gniezno, Poznań and Kraków; an example of the… Read More »

Sights of Poland

Poland is a versatile country bordering Germany, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Ukraine, Russia and Lithuania. Poland borders the Baltic Sea in the north, which immediately results in kilometers of coastline. In addition to twenty-three nature parks with diverse nature reserves and bio reserves, Poland is also a country with a rich history. Battles against the… Read More »

Poland Economy

Subchapters: Basic data Public finances and the state budget Banking system Tax system Basic data According to cheeroutdoor.com, Poland belongs to the developed states of the former Eastern Bloc with a high human development index. According to IMF calculations, the GDP per capita in 2021 reached USD 37,540. The average annual GDP growth rate was… Read More »

Poland Visa, Embassy, Holidays and Shopping

VISAS, ENTRY RULES, CUSTOMS REGULATIONS in Poland On December 21, 2007, Poland joined the ranks of the Schengen countries. To apply for a short-term tourist visa for up to 90 days, Russian citizens need the following documents: – A visa application form filled in Russian (in this case, the words must be written in Latin… Read More »

History in Poland

The first reliable information about Poland dates back to the second half of the 10th century. Even then, it was a relatively large state, created by the Piast dynasty by combining several tribal principalities. In the XI century. Poland, as a result of the wars won, annexed a number of territories. The most prominent king… Read More »

Poland Resorts and Attractions

Poland is a state in Central Europe. Common borders in the west – with Germany, in the southwest – with the Czech Republic, in the south – with Slovakia, in the southeast – with Ukraine, in the east – with Belarus, in the northeast – with Russia, Lithuania. Capital Warsaw. Currency – Polish zloty. The… Read More »

How to Get Around Poland

Transportation Traveling by plane According to top-medical-schools, domestic flights are operated by LOT Polish Airways (LO), which flies to all major cities. From Warsaw there are connections to Gdansk, Katowice, Kraków, Poznan, Rzeszow, Szczecin and Wroclaw. Further information can be obtained from the LOT city offices in Frankfurt/M. (Tel. +49 69 153 253 324), Vienna… Read More »

Poland Ethnic Composition

While several millions of Poles live outside Poland, it hosts within its borders a very significant number of alloglots, which in the 1931 census were 9,925,000 (31% of the total population). The ethnic constitution of the population of Poland would be as follows: According to microedu, the distribution of the various alien groups can be… Read More »

Poland in the 1990’s

The arduous path of democratization undertaken by Poland in the Eighties had found only partial answers with the end of the socialist regime. The transition from the planned economy to the market had in fact had serious consequences and caused acute hardships in society. Even the recovery of the early 1990s had not been accompanied… Read More »

Poland Agriculture

According to the soil type map built by Slawomir Miklaszewski, the podsol are the prevailing soils in Poland. AN of the 51 ° lat., Roughly the parallel of Lublin, the podsol proper, typical predominates, a dusty soil peculiar to countries with wet, cold and long winters, favorable to forest formations, but little to crops, because because of… Read More »

Poland Architecture

Different formations, different regional and political realities, different legislations contribute to forming an extremely heterogeneous mosaic of urban planning and architecture in the Polish territories up to the 1920s. In the first period of independence from 1918, architecture is characterized by two motives: the artistic one which offers an individual interpretation of architecture, poetic, technically… Read More »

Poland Armed Forces

Army. – The army of the Polish republic arose at the end of the world war, at the time of the dissolution of the central empires, which, in November 1918, occupied the whole of Poland. It incorporated, along with recruits, soldiers already belonging to: the Germanic, Austrian, Russian armies; to the Polish legions and formations,… Read More »

Poland as an European Country

The role of the Catholic Church Religion is a fundamental element of Polish identity. Poland is a predominantly Catholic country and this differentiates it from its German neighbors, largely Protestant, and from the Russian, Orthodox. The Catholic Church, well branched throughout the territory with a dense network of parishes, represents not only a religious, but… Read More »

Poland Medieval Arts – Lesser Poland

Little Poland (Polish Małopolska), in the basin of the upper and middle Vistula, is bounded to the South by the Carpathians, to the West by Upper Silesia, to the North by Masovia, to the East by the Land of Chełm and Przemyśl; to the SE the border was marked by the high course of the… Read More »

Poland History and Politics

Poland. Officially, the Polish Republic or the Republic of Poland. Country located in Central Europe that is part of the European Union (EU) and NATO. Warsaw is the capital city of Poland according to itypejob. Poland, from the Polish term of Polska, was the name of the Polanie tribes, it comes from “pole / pola”, field (area of fields), due to the plains of Poland, they… Read More »

Working and Living in Poland

Labor market EU citizens do not need a work permit to work in Poland. However, it should be noted that a residence permit must be made if you stay in Poland for more than 3 months. According to countryvv, the gross minimum wage has been PLN 2,250 (approx. € 530) since 2019. The industry differences… Read More »

Poland Travel Advice

General travel information for Poland Continent: Europe Geographic location: Central Europe, on the northern hemisphere between the Baltic and the Carpathians Highest point: Rysy (2503 m above sea level) Longest river: Vistula (1022 km) Government: Parliamentary republic System of government:  Parlamentarische democracy Languages: Polish Neighboring countries: Germany, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Ukraine, Belarus (Belarus), Lithuania Capital:… Read More »