Where is Poland?
Poland is the the ninth biggest country in Europe. It is in central Europe.
Seven countries border Poland: Russia, Lithuania, Belarus, Ukraine, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, and Germany.
The national symbol of Poland is the White tailed Eagle.
The capital of Poland is Warsaw.
The population of Poland is 39 million.
The Polish currency is Zloty. (1 Zloty = 100 Groszy.)
Interesting Fact for Teachers
When writing numerals, Poles use fullstops (periods) and commas in exactly the opposite way that the British do. A comma in Poland, not a fullstop, serves as a decimal point, hence if a Pole wants to express "three point six percent" he writes 3,6%. Trios of digits are set off with fullstops: three million is written 3.000.000.