What are Poland famous for?
- Beautiful Cities.
- Stately Castles.
- A Diverse Geography.
- The Wieliczka Salt Mine.
- Pope John Paul II.
- Marie Curie.
- Amber Jewelry.
What’s the best thing about Poland? Friendly, supportive, open-minded, with positive thinking – those are the first words that come to my mind when I think of Poles. It is a hard-working society (not like some French or South European citizens), well-educated, which gets things done. They have great talent to resolve problems with small resources.
Why is Poland so cool? Poland has beaches, mountains, ferests, deserts and lakes
Poland has a very diverse nature. Almost 800 km of the seashore and a few mountain chains (Tatra, Carpathian, Sudet Bieszczady and Świętokrzyskie). Poland also has the only Central-European desert, Pustynia Błędowska.
How old is Poland? Poland’s first civilization dates back to about 2000 B.C., but it wasn’t until A.D. 966 that the region’s tribes became united under the Slavic chief Mieszko, first prince of Polska. In the late 1500s, Poland and Lithuania joined together and formed a large, powerful commonwealth with elected kings.