Poland is located in the very centre of Europe.
In the twelfth century Poland was divided to a few smaller states. The reunification took place in 1320.
In 1385 Poland and Lithuania formed a commonwealth.
The common Polish-Lithuanian state (named the Republic of Both Nations) became one of the biggest and strongest countries in Europe.
These economical factors, along with the modest living costs, make Poland an attractive location for both studying and working.
Poland's Temperate with mild summers and moderately severe winters.
It is the Members of European Union (EU), UN, NATO, WTO and many other.
The most important sectors of Poland's economy in 2012 were wholesale and retail trade, transport, accommodation and food services (26.4 %), industry (24.6 %) and public administration, defense, education, human health and social work activities (13.4 %).
Poland has held the revolving Presidency of the Council of the EU in 2011.
The currency of Poland is Polish Zloty PLN.