Polonya

Ibat king Wikipedia
(Miyalis direksiun manibat king Poland)
Lundag ka king: pamaglibut, paintunan
Republica ning Poland
Rzeczpospolita Polska
Motto: "Bóg, Honor, Ojczyzna" - "God, Honour, Fatherland"[1]
Pambangsang Dalit: Polish: Mazurek Dąbrowskiego
(Translation: "Dąbrowski's Mazurka")
Tungku (Sentru/Sidduan)
(and largest city)
Warsaw
52°13′N 21°02′E / 52.217, 21.033
Kikilalanan a amanu Polish[2]
Gubiernu Republic
Independence
 -  Danuman (%) 2.65%
Populasiun
 -  2006 mga 38,623,000 (32nd)
 -  2014 census 38,485,779 
GDP (PPP) 2005 mga
 -  Kaganapan/Kabilugan $495.9 billion (24th)
 -  Balang katau $12,994 (51st)
HDI (2003) 0.858 (high) (36th)
Pera Złoty (PLN)
Time zone CET (UTC+1)
 -  Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
Internet TLD .pl (also .eu as part of the European Union)
Calling code 48
1Belarusian, Cassubian, German and Ukrainian are used in five communal offices; however, they are not official languages.
2The adoption of Christianity in Poland is seen by many Poles, regardless of their religious affiliation, as one of the most significant national historical events

Ing Poland o Polonya (Polish: Polska) metung yang bangsa a atyu king Kalibudtarang Europa, pilatan ning Germany king albugan, ing Republika ning Czech at Slovakia king mauli, Ukraine at Belarus king albugan, at ing Dayat malat ning Baltic, Lithuania, at ing Russia (king aske ning Kaliningrad Oblast exclave) king pangulu. Ing Poland darake ne ing kayang sepung pangmaritime ning Denmark king Dayat malat ning Baltic. Ing Poland kayanib ya kareng estadu ning Pisanmetung a Europa manibat inyang Mayu 1, 2004.

Ing Polish state mitatag ya mga 1,000 banua nang milabas lalam ning Piast dynasty, at disan na ing kayang gintung panaun inyang malapit neng mapupus ing ika 16 a dilanwa lalam ning Jagiellonian dynasty, inyang ing Poland iya ing pekamaragul, pekamabandi, at pekamasikan diling bangsa ning Europa.

Administrabung pangadake[mag-edit | edit source]

Administratibung mapa ning Poland.
Para kareng karagdagang detalye tungkul king this topic, lon ya ing Administrative division of Poland.
Ing Poland makadake yang labing anam a administratibung labuad kebaluan bilang voivodeships (województwa, metung województwo):
Voivodeship Tungku lakanbalen okaya lakanbalen
Polish
Kuyavia-Pomerania Kujawsko-Pomorskie Bydgoszcz / Toruń
Greater Poland Wielkopolskie Poznań
Lesser Poland Małopolskie Kraków
Łódź Łódzkie Łódź
Lower Silesia Dolnośląskie Wrocław
Lublin Lubelskie Lublin
Lubusz Lubuskie Gorzów Wielkopolski / Zielona Góra
Masovia Mazowieckie Warsaw (National Capital)
Opole Opolskie Opole
Podlasie Podlaskie Białystok
Pomerania Pomorskie Gdańsk
Silesia Śląskie Katowice
Subcarpathia Podkarpackie Rzeszów
Swietokrzyskie Świętokrzyskie Kielce
Warmia-Masuria Warmińsko-Mazurskie Olsztyn
West Pomerania Zachodniopomorskie Szczecin
In turn, the voivodeships are divided into powiaty ("counties", singular powiat) and then gminy ("communes", singular gmina).


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File:Warsaw6vb.jpg
Financial centre of Warsaw, Poland's capital and largest city.
Wrocław's Town Square
Poznań's Old Town
The Trinitarian Tower and the Cathedral in Lublin.
The marina at Gdynia.

Lanckorona.

Sand dunes at the Balticcoast in Słowiński National Park.

Morasko meteorite nature reserve, Poznań.

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Voivodeships ning Poland Flag of Poland
Greater Poland | Kuyavia-Pomerania | Lesser Poland | Lower Silesia | Lublin | Lubusz | Łódź | Masovia | Opole | Podlachia | Pomerania | Silesia | Subcarpathia | Świętokrzyskie | Warmia and Masuria | West Pomerania
Principal cities: Warsaw | Łódź | Kraków | Wrocław | Poznań | Gdańsk | Szczecin | Bydgoszcz | Lublin | Katowice | Białystok | Częstochowa | Gdynia | Toruń | Olsztyn | Radom | Kielce | Rzeszów | Opole | Gorzów Wielkopolski
Pisanmetung a Europa (EU) Bandera ning Pisanmetung a Europa
AustriaBelgiumBulgariaCroatiaCyprusCzech RepublicDenmarkEstoniaFinlandFranceGermanyGreeceHungaryIrelandItalyLatviaLithuaniaLuxembourgMaltaNetherlandsPolandPortugalRomaniaSlovakiaSloveniaEspanyaSwedenUnited Kingdom


North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO)
Belgium | Bulgaria | Canada | Czech Republic | Denmark | Estonia | France | Germany | Greece | Hungary | Iceland | Italy | Latvia | Lithuania | Luxembourg | The Netherlands | Norway | Poland | Portugal | Romania | Slovakia | Slovenia | Spain | Turkey | United Kingdom | United States of America


Visegrád Group Czech Republic | Hungary | Poland | Slovakia
  1. See also unofficial mottos of Poland.
    1
    Belarusian, Cassubian, German and Ukrainian are used in five communal offices; however, they are not official languages.
    2 The adoption of Christianity in Poland is seen by many Poles, regardless of their religious affiliation, as one of the most significant national historical events.
  2. Belarusian, Cassubian, German and Ukrainian are used in five communal offices; however, they are not official languages.
    3
    The adoption of Christianity in Poland is seen by many Poles, regardless of their religious affiliation, as one of the most significant national historical events.