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Is Poland poor?

No it isn't. According to the World bank in 2008 Poland was ranked the 18th largest economy in the world based on GDP. Whilst the economy slowed down recently, it still manag (MORE)

What is the shape of Poland?

Since the borders of Poland consist mainly of natural borders (sea,  rivers and mountain ranges), the country doesn't have any specific  geometrical shape, although you migh (MORE)

What is there to do in Poland?

There is as much to do in Poland, as there is in any other country in the world. You might need to search a bit to find the types of things you love back home, but if you ask (MORE)
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Does Poland have a president?

Yes, Poland is a republic with a president as the head of state and  the supreme representative of the Polish nation in the  international arena. Other than that, president (MORE)

Where is Poland?

Poland is a country in Central Europe. Poland is bordered by Germany to the west; the Czech Republic and Slovakia to the south; Ukraine, Belarus and Lithuania to the east; and (MORE)

How do you get to Poland?

You just book a flight and fly there. The usual way to get to Poland is by car or train but that is assuming that you are living in Europe. Poland is west of northern German (MORE)

Is Poland overpopulated?

  No. There are still large spaces for living and working in that country. Population: above 38 mln, total area: 12 685 km².
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How big is Poland?

It is slightly smaller than New Mexico.   Area: 312,685 square kilometers   Population: 38,518,241 (July 2007 est.)
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What religions does Poland have?

Poland is about 89.8 percent Roman Catholic according to the CIA Factbook.   Poland, as of 2014 is 95.7% Christian, of which the largest group is Catholic. There is a sma (MORE)

What are the occupations in Poland?

Poland's major occupation is farming, with over four million farms  covering Poland. Other occupations include teachers, doctors,  government workers and construction worker (MORE)