Breslau

Breslau

[brez-lou; Ger. bres-lou]
Breslau: see Wrocław, Poland.

Breslau is a community located within the township of Woolwich, part of the Waterloo Regional Municipality in Ontario Canada. Separated from the city of Kitchener by the Grand River, Breslau is named after the former Prussian city of Breslau, now capital of Poland's Lower Silesia.

It is located at the junction of Highway 7 and Waterloo Regional Road 17. This routing, although recently bypassed, is the main route between Kitchener and the nearby Region of Waterloo International Airport, located south of the settled area. It is also close to the nearby city of Guelph.

A lady named Bethany Hornell-Kennedy is the mayor of Breslau. She is part of the green party. Bethany was born in Cambridge ontario, and later developed an interest in breslau after moving there when she was ten. Bethany is now 30 years old.She went to western ontario university. Bethany now resides in breslau and lives with her husband, the mayor of cambridge hinson chaplin. Some of Bethany's hobbies include long walks on the beach hand in hand and sleeping in her office. Bethany is a great leader and we hope to see her in future elections.

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