Amazing, History, Famous Facts About Poland For Tourists and Kids
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Poland is a very beautiful country located in the north of Europe. Poland is counted among the world’s most developed countries. Today we are going to tell you some interesting facts related to Poland.
- The capital of Poland is Warsaw and the spoken language is Polish.
- Poland was founded in about 1950 AD. Here, King Mizajko declared Christianity as the national religion of Poland.
- Poland has an area of approximately 312600 Km square and is the 9th largest country in Europe, and the world’s 70th largest country.
- More than 30% of Poland is a forest, and more than half of Poland’s land is cultivated.
- About 700,000 citizens of Poland had lost their life in World War II.
- People get divorced very quickly in Poland, this is the reason why the President’s award is given for 50 years of marriage.
- During World War II, Hitler had opened up many torture Chamber in Poland, where political opponents were brutally killed.
- Whole Poland has received 17 Nobel Prizes so far, meaning that more than India, Pakistan, Australia, Japan.
- Maybe you do not know, in Poland, you can not walk on the Left Side, if you walk on the left side then you have pay fine, so here walk on the Right Side.
- Poland has a law that if any child is born in a government bus or a car, then that child’s don’t have to pay ticket cost up to his whole life.
- In Poland, if a person dies, most of his body is donated to the government.
- If we talk about the earnings of the people of Poland, then per person income in Poland is 5 times more than the people of India.Poland’s Annual Household Income per Capita data is updated yearly, available from Dec 1995 to Dec 2017, with an averaged value of 3,227.731 USD.(source)
- There was a time when the number of Jews in Poland was 20% but today the number of Jews in Poland is only 1%. 90% of Poland’s population adheres to Christianity.
- The start of World War II was followed by Hitler’s attack on Poland.
- More than 6 million citizens of Poland were killed in World War II.
- After the Second World War, there was a Communist rule in Poland by 1989, after which the referendum of all the citizens was made here and it became a democracy.
- Due to the large part of the country being covered with forests, this country is also called Super Green Country. There are 23 National Parks and 1200 Natural Reserve in this country. Apart from this, there are more than 9300 lakes in this country.
- Famous woman scientist Marie Curie was originally from Poland, although she lived most of her time in France.
- There are 32 characters in Polis.
- Poland shares its border with 7 countries. This country is Russia, Lithuania, Belarus, Slovakia, Ukraine, the Czech Republic and Germany.
- More than 90% of people in Poland have achieved secondary education.
- The most winners of “World’s Strongest Man competition” is from Poland. World’s Strongest Man is a competition organized by a private company since 1977.
- The word ‘Poland’ originates ‘Polanie’, which implies- ‘People living on open ground’. Here people are called Polish and the language is also called Polish.