Once Europe’s largest kingdom, the Russians, Prussians and Hapsburgs have each left their mark across Poland’s landscape. Wiped out and redefined once again by Hitler’s invasion and Communist rule, it is only since the fall of the Berlin Wall that Poland has managed to regain its current identity.
The birthplace of Copernicus and Pope John Paul II & Fredrick Chopin, this country has played a pivotal role in the course of human history. Home to 14 UNESCO World Heritage Sights, Poland proudly upholds its heritage.
Home to 14 UNESCO World Heritage Sights, Poland proudly upholds its heritage even as it finds itself in a constant state of evolution between its past and its future.