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					                     1978 - CRACOW’S HISTORIC CENTRE




   1978 - WIELICZKA SALT MINE             1979 - THE BIAŁOWIEZA FOREST




 1979 - AUSCHWITZ BIRKENAU –GERMAN NAZI
CONCENTRATION AND EXTERMINATION CAMP       1980 - HISTORIC CENTRE
                 (1940-1945)                      OF WARSAW
1992 - OLD TOWN OF ZAMOŚĆ              1997 - MEDIEVAL TOWN OF TORUŃ




1997 - CASTLE OF THE TEUTONIC
       ORDER IN MALBORK      1990 - KALWARIA ZEBRZYDOWSKA THE MANNERIST
                             RCHITECTURAL AND PARK LANDSCAPE COMPLEX AND
                                            PILGRIMAGE PARK
2001 - CHURCHES OF PEACE IN   2003 - WOODEN CHURCHES OF
   JAWOR AND ŚWIDNICA          SOUTHERN LITTLE POLAND




2004 - PARK MUŻAKOWSKI        2006 - THE CENTENNIAL HALL
                                      IN WROCŁAW
You Needn’t Leave Poland




                            St Peter’s Square


    The Statue of Liberty
  Inwałd, a small town located
in the south of Poland. It's a
place where you can meet
beautiful miniature models of
the most famous
architectural wonders from
all over the world. In the park
you can admire structures
like:
  the Colosseum, the Statue
of Liberty, the Great Wall
of China, the Eiffel Tower,
Big Ben, the Great Sphinx
of Giza, the White House
and many other.

It sounds fantastic, isn't it?
                          Warsaw
        SAFARI
     GOLD PANNING
     WESTERN CITY
   VIKINGS’ FESTIVAL
 CHIVALRY COMPETITIONS
MUSEUM of WAX FIGURES
 It’s safari in Świerkocin near Gorzów Wielkopolski. You
  could see there more than 600 species of animals from the
  whole world.
  An area of Safari ZOO is about 20ha. Roads are similar to
  African Savannah , wild prairies or Mongolian Steppe and
  they lead to the most exotic animals. There are four regions
  in the ZOO: Asia , Africa, South America and Mongolian
  zone.




 In the ZOO we have to move only by cars. We mustn’t go out
  of the car and feed animals even if they come near us.
  Thanks to that trip, we can see the animals in close-up ,so it
  gives us the opportunity to have different view of wildlife.
If you share our passion for gold prospecting and collecting gold nuggets,
                          this place is for you.
      Welcome to the capital city of Polish Gold - Złotoryja.




                             It is undoubtedly the most wonderful small town
                             in the Sudeten mountains. Only here will you find
                             gold - both in nearby streams, and in hearts of
                             inhabitants. For years local authorities have been
                             doing activities associated with traditional
                             seeking of the gold ore.This long-standing
                             experience shows that they provide high-quality
                             services which enjoy great popularity.
                           The atmosphere of the
                         gold prospecting triggers
                         unusual joy in participants,
                         arousing rivalry and
                         sometimes even leading to
                         the illness called „gold
                         fever”. Gold is the symbol
                         of the affluence and
Gold Fever Prospecting   riches. The word itself
                         evokes pleasant thrill in
                         hearts of many people.
In 2001 the
representation of
Poland participated in
the World
Championships in
Australia – from
where we brought
two gold medals, in
2002 in Japan we won
a gold medal in the
category of
amateurs, and in
2003 about 70 strong
representation team
of Poland took part in
the world
championships in
Switzerland taking
also high places
among competitors.
 The Polish Brotherhood of Gold Panning is an organization
  operating for the promotion of the city, the region, and Poland as an
  unusually attractive place for tourists. Their another objective is the
  popularization of „gold panning" as an active form of family rest in the
  natural environment.
 They are the only Polish organiser of ” gold prospecting” events -
  displays, cups, regional, Polish , European and world championships. Till now
  ten editions of the International Open Polish Championships have been
  held in which a few hundred competitors from Europe, Australia and the
  USA participated. They also got media coverage.
 It is a member of the world federation (World Goldpanning Association)
  with the registered office in Great Britain.
  In 2000 the Brotherhood was entrusted with the task of being the host
  to the World Gold Panning Championships, which was recognised as the
  "best tourist offer for Central and Eastern Europe".
The Western Country town
called 'Kansas City' in Rudnik
near Grudziądz in the
southern part of Poland.
It is not a very big village,
but it looks like in the old
western film. You can meet
cowboys or Indians there or
see a show. There are a lot
of them - for example a bank
robbery or defence of Alamo
fort.. Kansas City gives you
an opportunity to go to the
Saloon in the evening and
take part in dancing show
full of country dances. There
is also a small zoo and other
attractions.
I strongly advise you to see
the historical festival which
takes place at the Promenada
Centre in Rynia, near
Warsaw - the site of Viking
ruins.

The event is considered as one of the largest
and most important events of this kind in
Europe, every year it attracts one thousand
participants from dozen European countries,
as well as from United States and Australia.
During the festival, you will be able to see,
among others, Slav races and Vikings ships,
theatre productions, Slavs and Vikings battle,
presentation of early medieval crafts,
cooking and Slavs and Vikings camp, Slavic
wedding ceremony, sea battle, slaves market,
horse fighting, the presentation of Slavic
myth about the creation of the world, and
even a competition for the most dignified
beard. One of the main organizers of the
event is association: Slavs and Vikings Wolin -
Jomsborg - Vineta Center.
 On the fields of Grunwald
 In the castle of Princess Anna Wazówna
   in Golub-Dobrzyn
 Chivarly Tournament of St. Dominik in Gdańsk
 Knights Feasts in Rynie /Mazury
Międzyzdroje
         S            S
         U            P
         M            R
         M            I
         E            N
         R            G




WINTER       AUTUMN
                                              The White-tailed Eagle, also known
Beautiful stork which is                      as the Sea Eagle, Erne (sometimes
inseparable element                           Ern), or White-tailed Sea-eagle,
of our country.                               is a large bird of prey in the family.
                                              It is considered a close cousin of the
                                              Bald Eagle and occupies the same
                                              ecological niche in Eurasia




                                                           SYMBOLS OF POLAND




                           Among flora for a special attention
                           deserves oak called Bartek, which is 670
                           years old and it is the monument of nature.
                            It’s also worth mentioning the Polish unique
                           Bison bonasus ( aurochs) the biggest land
                           mammal in Europe inhabiting the natural
                           reserves .
     The bear cave in Kletno                                   Waterfalls and rising springs are very
     in the Sudetes is unique                                  often found in the Tatra Mountains
     beause of many corridors                                  and they are one of the Park
     reaching 3 km in length.                                  attractions. The largest waterfall is
                                                               Wielka Siklawa, which is 70 m high.
                                                               ( in the Tatra mountains)



                                         Sand dunes-Łeba




This lake is known as Turkusowe (turquoise), because of its   Lake Solina (Polish: Jezioro
crystal clear water, which on a sunny day has a splendid      Solińskie)- the largest artificial
emerald or turquoise color. (Woliński National Park)          lake in the Bieszczady Mountains
                           The spotted salamander – the
                           largest amphibian in Poland



   The wild mushrooms
                                                             Tatra chaomis( only 63
                                                             species in Poland)




                        The Aesculapian snake- the longest
                        up to 170cm of length and the only
                        constrictor snake in Poland
                                                             The chestnut
The birch
      XMAS EVE                 CHRISTMAS




Sharing a holy wafer and
exchanging wishes                Going carolling

EASTER SATURDAY            WET MONDAY




 Taking a food basket      Custom of dousing one
 to church for blessing    another with water
 Sledging cavalcade in winter           Making bonfires




                                „CHMIELAKI” –festival of hops harvesting
CROP HARVEST home festival        to enjoy mug of beer in Krasnystaw
           PROM NIGHT




                        GRADUATION DAY




DANCING THE POLONAISE
  CHRISTENING
                               WEDDING RECEPTIONS

                      Poland is famous for unusually sumptuous
                      weddings, which last two or even three days in
                      rural areas. A bride and a groom invite not only
                      close and distant relatives but also neighbours
                      so in all there are up to 200 guests. During this
                      unique reception people dance, drink, and sing –
                      simply enjoy themselves to remember this
                      special festivity for many years to come, and
                      Polish hospitality of course!

2 GRADERS RECEIVING
  HOLY COMMUNION
         Menu

          Pierogi
          Bigos
  Sour rye and sausage
    Wild mushroom
         Beetroot
    Sauerkraut soup
      Cold borscht
    Stuffed cabbage
    Potato pancakes
           Tripe


Enjoy the meal!
Pierogi - dumplings, usually filled with sauerkraut
and or mushrooms, meat, potato and / or savory
cheese. There is also a sweet version for gourmets:
sweet curd cheese with a touch of vanilla, or other
fruits, such as cherries, blueberries or strawberries,
and sometimes even apples - optionally topped with
sour cream and sugar.


                           Bigos     Hunter’s stew - is a traditional stew
                         typical of Polish and Lithuanian cuisine that many
                         consider the Polish national dish. A savory stew
                         of cabbage, meat and sausage blended with other
                         ingredients like dried mushrooms or prunes and a
                         glass of dry red wine. There is no standard
                         recipe, as recipes vary considerably from region
                         to region and from family to family, depending on
                         spices added according to someone’s liking and
                         local tradition.
Gołąbki- a cabbage roll (also stuffed
cabbage) is a dish consisting of cooked
cabbage leaves wrapped around a variety
of fillings. The filling is traditionally
based around meat, often beef, lamb or
pork and is seasoned with garlic, onion and
spices. Grains such as rice and barley,
eggs, mushrooms and vegetables are
often included in the filling as well. As the
dish originated as a way to use leftover
food, other ingredients may also be used        Żurek- the sour rye soup is a soup
in the stuffing.                                made of soured rye flour and meat
                                                (usually boiled pork sausage or pieces of
                                                smoked sausage, bacon or ham). In
                                                Poland it is sometimes served in an
                                                edible bowl made of bread or with
                                                boiled potatoes. The recipe varies from
                                                region to region. In Silesia, the żur
                                                śląski, different from the more
                                                traditional żurek, can be found. In the
                                                Podlasie region, it is common to eat
                                                żurek with halved boiled eggs.
                                          Polish sausages, Kiełbasa, come in a wide range of
                                          styles such as Swojska, Krajańska, Szynkowa, Biała,
In Poland, vodka
                                          śląska, Krakowska, podhalańska, and others. Sausages
(Polish: wódka),
                                          in Poland are generally made of pork, rarely beef.
has been produced
since the early
Middle Ages.
                                                                          Honey is the perfect
           Oscypek (Polish; plural: oscypki) is a                         sweetener for hot
           smoked cheese made of salted sheep milk                        winter drinks


           Żubrówka- also known in English as
           Bison Grass Vodka.
           In Poland since the 16th century,
           and by 18th century it was one of                       Infusion of herbs, berries
           the favourite raw drinks of the                         or fruits steeped in
           nobility                                                alcohol
                       FURNITURE
  LEATHER BAGS                            EMBROIDERED
                                          TABLECLOTHS
                   WHAT’S WORTH
                 BUYING IN POLAND?



SILVER
                                              CLOTHES

         AMBER                     CRYSTALS
    Water Sports:
•   Rafting along Czarna Hańcza, Biebrza, Dunajec
•   Canoeing on the Rega, Słupia, Łeba rivers
•   Sailing in Mikołajki – heart of Mazovian Lake District or
    Giżycko or Solina
•   Kayak regatta on the Malta Lake in Poznań
•   Windsurfing – coast of Pucka Bay
•   Diving in a quarry in Jaworzna – Szczakowa (Upper and Lower
    Silesia)
Overseas tourists can join Poles in their favourite pastimes:

     Horse riding in the stables in Zastawno, Zawiesiuchy
      (near Warsaw), Jaszków k/ Śremu
     Speedway course in Toruń
     Rock climbing/mountaineering in the Tatras and Jura
      Krakowsko-Częstochowska
     Hang-gliging and paragliding in Zakopane, Szczyrk,
      Bielso-Biała.
  WORLD CUP OF
CHESS AND BRIDGE                    Poles are ranked among the best chess
                                    players in the world.
                                    In 2008 Radosław Wojtaszek became
                                    Champion of Europe in chess.
                                    The best Polish chess players are
                                    Bartosz and Monika Soćkowie. The
                                    latter is the first Polish woman who was
                                    granted the title of man           super
                                    champion.




Polish bridge players are also
considered to be among the best
3 teams in the world, soon after
Americans and Italians.
At the International Championship
of Mind Sports held in Pekin in
2008 Polish bridge players won 2
silver and 1 brown medal.
  Feel invited to Poland to enjoy all those
sights and taste local flavours on the spot.
                                       European School Club

                                       Liceum Ogólnokształcące 1

                                            Jędrusiów 1
 Edyta Grądziel     Radka Bociek
Adrianna Szady    Ewa Jędrzejowska
 Klaudia Ząbek
Adrianna Sztuka
                   Agata Wieczorek     39     3 0 0 Mielec
                     Alicja Dziura
 Karolina Dudek       Eliza Jurek
Joanna Madura
 Joanna Działo
  Sara Rajzer
                  Sara Jarochowska
                  Marika Frankiewicz          Polska
                  Weronika Mędrak
Source:
Internet - www.paiz.gov.pl
Atlas Polski - Reader’s Digest
1978 - CRACOW’S HISTORIC CENTRE
Close to the Old City, the Royal Castle on Wawel Hill has also been registered on the UNESCO list. It was the centre
of power and chief residence of the kings of Poland from the 10th to the late16th century. Wawel Castle and Cathedral
overlook the River Vistula, and both edifices have had numerous conversions and additions over the centuries, which
has resulted in a mixture of styles: Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque. In Wawel Castle you'll see the
biggest and most valuable collection of Renaissance arrases (Flemish tapestries) in the world - over a hundred of them.

1978 - WIELICZKA SALT MINE
There are tourists who come to Poland just to see the Wieliczka Salt Mine. It's the world's oldest commercial
enterprise still in business - salt has been mined here since the 13th century with no interruptions, although it's no
longer done on an industrial scale. Today's mine is a labyrinth of corridors and chambers 350 km long, 2 km of
which are accessible to visitors. The most spectacular sight is Saint Kinga's Chapel, although, in fact, it deserves to be
called an underground salt church in deference to its dimensions.

1979 - AUSCHWITZ BIRKENAU - GERMAN NAZI CONCENTRATION AND EXTERMINATION CAMP (1940-
1945)
The Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp museum has been entered on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Several hundred
thousand people visit it every year. During the Second World War, the Nazis murdered Jews, Poles, Romany People,
Russians, and people of several other nationalities; the majority of those who died were Jews deported from all over
occupied Europe. Entry to the Auschwitz museum is through the gates immortalised in many films and photographs,
inscribed "Arbeit Macht Frei" ("work makes you free").

1979 - THE BIAŁOWIEZA FOREST
There's also a work of nature on the UNESCO list; the Bialowieza Forest, the biggest naturally afforested area in
Europe and the last remaining section of primaeval forest, with an abundance of flora and fauna unmatched anywhere
else in Europe. The Bialowieza National Park is also on the World Biosphere Reserve list. It's the habitat of the
European bison, the continent's largest mammal, 26 species of trees and 56 species of shrubs. The average age of the
trees is 126 years.

1980 - HISTORIC CENTRE OF WARSAW
Warsaw is also on the UNESCO list. It's hard to believe, looking at this city, that it was almost razed to the ground
during the Second World War. Once known as the "Paris of the North", this city, boasting 13th-century buildings,
ceased to exist having been bombarded. Little coloured houses surrounded by defensive walls, the spires of the
churches and the Royal Castle; it's all the result of reconstruction carried out in the post-war years. Warsaw's
Old City was entered on the UNESCO list as an example of faithful reconstruction including the preservation of
original sections of the architecture.
1992 - OLD TOWN OF ZAMOŚĆ
Zamosc was founded in the 16th century by the chancellor Jan Zamoysky on the trade
route linking western and northern Europe with the Black Sea. Modelled on Italian
theories of the 'ideal city', Zamosc is a perfect example of a late-16th-century
Renaissance town. It has retained its original layout and fortifications and a large
number of buildings that combine Italian and central European architectural traditions.
1997 - MEDIEVAL TOWN OF TORUŃ
Torun owes its origins to the Teutonic Order, which built a castle there in the mid-
13th century as a base for the conquest and evangelization of Prussia. It soon
developed a commercial role as part of the Hanseatic League. In the Old and New
Town, the many imposing public and private buildings from the 14th and 15th centuries
(among them the house of Copernicus) are striking evidence of Torun's importance.
1997 - CASTLE OF THE TEUTONIC ORDER IN MALBORK
Another UNESCO site which arouses excitement and admiration is Malbork Castle,
erstwhile headquarters of the Teutonic Order and the largest Gothic fortress in
Europe. It consists of three wards surrounded by separate fortifications and occupies
about 20 hectares. There's also a museum with an amber collection. The
Castle organises special night-time tours and son et lumière shows in its courtyards.
1990 - KALWARIA ZEBRZYDOWSKA THE MANNERIST RCHITECTURAL AND
PARK LANDSCAPE COMPLEX AND PILGRIMAGE PARK
Kalwaria Zebrzydowska is a breathtaking cultural landscape of great spiritual
significance. Its natural setting – in which a series of symbolic places of worship
relating to the Passion of Jesus Christ and the life of the Virgin Mary was laid out at
the beginning of the 17th century – has remained virtually unchanged. It is still today
a place of pilgrimage.
2001 - CHURCHES OF PEACE IN JAWOR AND ŚWIDNICA
The Churches of Peace in Jawor and Swidnica were built in the former Silesia in the
mid-17th century, amid the religious strife that followed the Peace of Westphalia.
Constrained by the physical and political conditions, the Churches of Peace bear
testimony to the quest for religious freedom and are a rare expression of Lutheran
ideology in an idiom generally associated with the Catholic Church.
2003 - WOODEN CHURCHES OF SOUTHERN LITTLE POLAND
The wooden churches of southern Little Poland represent outstanding examples of
the different aspects of medieval church-building traditions in Roman Catholic
culture. Built using the horizontal log technique, common in eastern and northern
Europe since the Middle Ages, these churches were sponsored by noble families and
became status symbols. They offered an alternative to the stone structures
erected in urban centres.
2004 - PARK MUŻAKOWSKI
A landscaped park of 559.9 ha astride the Neisse River and the border between
Poland and Germany. Blending seamlessly with the surrounding farmed landscape,
the park pioneered new approaches to landscape design and influenced the
development of landscape architecture in Europe and America. This integrated
landscape extends into the town of Muskau with green passages that formed urban
parks framing areas for development. The town thus became a design component in a
utopian landscape. The site also features a reconstructed castle, bridges and an
arboretum.
2006 - THE CENTENNIAL HALL IN WROCŁAW
The Centennial Hall, a landmark in the history of reinforced concrete architecture,
was erected in 1911-1913 by the architect Max Berg as a multi-purpose recreational
building, situated in the Exhibition Grounds. The 23m-high dome is topped with a
lantern in steel and glass. The Centennial Hall is a pioneering work of modern
engineering and architecture.

				
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