By Garrett Neumann

History of Poland

Poland joined the EU in 2004. Poland is rich in natural mineral resources like Poland is rich in natural mineral resources, including iron, zinc, copper and rock salt. In the 16th century, Poland was the most powerful country in Europe. The north of Poland is made entirely up of lowlands. Poland is located in Eastern Europe, lies east of Germany, northeast of the Czech republic, north of Slovakia, northwest of Ukraine, westof Belarus, southwest of Latvia and a little piece of Russia.

The capital and 4 major cities

The capital of Poland is Warsaw, 4 major cities are Cracow, Gdansk, Poznan, Wroclaw.

What places attract people and why

Malbork Castle because that's what they used to defeat the polish people, so you can see what they did.

Wieliczka salt mine so you can see all the things they made and carved from salt.

Main Market square so you can see all the townhouse, historic places and palaces.

Geography of Poland

The physical features un Poland are the Baltic sea, the Oder sea, the Vistula sea, Bug sea, San sea, Narew sea, and the Pilica sea.

Poland government

The government in Poland is Republic, people would get elected and would be president for 5 years.

Polands currency

Poland currency is zloty.

3 Interesting Facts

1. The polish alphabet has 32 letters

2. Bananas are peeled from the blossom (bottom part) instead of the stem (top)

3. Pizza don't include tomato sauce, they are served on baguette and have melted cheese, mushrooms, and ketchup