Poland is famous for being the home of scientist Marie Curie, composer Frederic Chopin and astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus. Three of the most famous Nazi concentration camps were also located in Poland: Belzec, Treblinka ... More »

The best known china that originates in Poland is pottery from the Boleslawiec region of the country. Boleslawiec pottery is characterized by its brightly colored designs and decorations. This pottery is typically blue i... More »

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Adolf Hitler is most known for his time as German chancellor and for his role in the extermination of millions of people throughout Europe. Hitler rose to power in the early part of the 20th century, taking the helm of G... More »

Poland shares a border with seven countries: Germany, the Ukraine, Belarus, Russia, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Lithuania. Because they are all part of the European Union, travel between Poland and Germany, the Czec... More »

Warsaw is the name of the capital city of Poland. Also Poland's largest city, this urban area of 1.7 million people sits on the Vistula River in eastern Poland. More »

The term astrophysicist is largely interchangeable with astronomer, so any list of famous astrophysicists can rightly begin with Nicolaus Copernicus. Copernicus was the first modern scientist to develop a consistent mode... More »

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Poland is situated in central Europe. The country borders the Czech Republic, Lithuania, Germany, Russia, Slovakia, Ukraine and Belarus. Poland is bordered by the Baltic Sea to the north, where its coastline stretches fo... More »

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