Poland Attractions

Poland Attractions

Europe
Torun The city of Torun, founded in the early 13th century, was the birthplace of the astronomer Nicholas Copernicus. Torun's old town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site because it is one of the best-preserved medieval settlement complexes in Northern Europe. The Castle of the Teutonic Order is located between the old town and the new town, which were built at the same time. In the old town, the old town hall, the Marienkirche and the St. Johannes Cathedral and in the new town the Jacobikirche should be visited. The city wall with some bastions and towers like the Leaning Tower is also interesting. The Copernicus House, which belongs to the City Museum, is particularly worth seeing. Educationvv: Provides school and education information in Poland covering middle school, high school…
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Poland 2007

Poland 2007

Europe
Yearbook 2007 Poland. The year began dramatically for Poland's powerful Catholic Church. When Warsaw Archbishop Stanisław Wielgus was formally installed in his office in early January, he resigned instead. The reason was revelations in the press that he was cooperating with the former Communist regime's security service. According to CountryAAH, Warsaw is the capital city of Poland. The Archbishop's prayer followed the Conservative government's determination to settle with Poland's communist past. According to a new law from the turn of the year, hundreds of thousands of people in different professional groups must report whether they have cooperated with the security service. Anyone who refused or gave false information risked losing their employment. The law was met by harsh criticism. The twin brothers Kaczyński, President Lech and Prime Minister Jarosław, were…
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