The Republic of Poland is a country in Central Europe. Its neighbors are Germany in the west, Czech Republic in the southwest, Slovakia in the south, Russia and Lithuania in the northeast, Belarus in the east, Ukraine in the southeast and Baltic Sea in the north. The area is; 312,677 km2. The Capital; is Warsaw.
Cities of Poland
Poland's Telephone Code: +48
Polish Currency: Polish Zloty
Gdansk, Krakow, Lodz, Oswiecim, Poznan, Torun, Warsaw, Wroclaw
Economy of Poland
The Polish industry is quite diverse; shipbuilding, textile, chemical, forest products, metal industry, automobile, aircraft, machinery, cement, aluminum and petroleum products are the main industrial branches. Recently, the timber and paper industries have also begun to develop.
The mining and mining industry is highly developed. The most important of these are coal, zinc, lead and copper. It is also one of the leading sulfur producing countries. Manganese, tin, salt, lignite, petroleum, iron and natural gas are other important underground resources.
It is a highly developed country in terms of energy. There are hydroelectric power plants established with the help of the Soviet. The iron and steel industry based on coal is an important source of income. Wroclaw, Poznan, Bydgoszcz, Upper Silesia are the most important mechanical and electrical engineering industry centers. In Gdansk and Scczedn, there are shipyards. Recently, food, aluminum industry Hungary boxing and domestic food, aluminum and artificial fertilizer industries have developed. Aluminum industry; It depends on Hungarian bauxite and native brown coal.
Agricultural products are mostly potatoes, sugar beets, tobacco, flax, rye, barley, wheat and oats. Sugar beet and corn production in the south is an important source of income. In livestock, more cattle and sheep are grown. It is also an important source of other fishing. Approximately 30% of the working population is engaged in agriculture and animal husbandry.
Products Exported by Poland
Vehicle Parts, Cars, Seats, Other Furniture and Computers.
Poland's Import Products
Cars, Vehicle Parts, Crude Oil, Packaged drugs and Computers.
Countries Exported by Poland
Germany, Great Britain, Czech Republic, France and Italy.
Poland Imports Countries
Germany, China, Italy, Russia and France.
Nations Living in Poland
The Poles are of the Islav race. The oldest source of the population is the Islav tribes called ”Polane in the 10th century. Poles constitute 98% of the population. The rest is a small portion of the Germans, the Ukrainians and the Byelorussianans.
Languages Spoken in Poland
Official language; Leh. Ethnic groups also speak their own language.