I wanted to list here a few famous Polish people.
The first name that came to my mind was Maria Curie-Skłodowska,
the pope, Copernicus and Chopin.
But some people may be known because of current situation (e.g., Robert Lewandowski),
and others may be more or less known depending where you are from or what is your profession.
I’ll just write here a few names,
and please let me know, have you heard about any of them.
Marie Skłodowska Curie
Pope John Paul II
Wrocław is one of the largest Polish cities.
It’s an old, historical city with interesting architecture
and museums e.g., Racławice Panorama;
many, many, many bridges and a similar big number of dwarfs.
Toruń is a lovely small, old town,
that I always recommend to visit in Poland.
Why? – Because of its diverse architecture, Teutonic Castle, gingerbread, Nicolaus Copernicus, and many more. 🙂
The only drawback – in summer months Toruń may be quite crowded.
Many Polish people (including me) love to pick up (edible) mushrooms in forest.
The mushrooms from today’s picture should stay where they are,
there are many other eatable (more than once 😉 ) mushrooms.
To simplify, the central part of Poland is flat, sea is in the north, mountains are in the south part of Poland. There are two main mountain ranges: the Sudetes and Carpathian mountains; all beautiful. 🙂