UNESCO World Heritage Sites In Poland; World Atlas

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Poland – Cracow’s Historic Centre

Massive mixed forests teeming with wildlife, medieval towns, churches, and castles, and one of the most horrific concentration camps, all have made their way onto Poland’s list of World Heritage Sites.

Poland is a country in Europe and officially known as the Republic of Poland. It situated between the Baltic seas in the north and mountain ranges in the south. It is the 69th largest country in the world with an area coverage of 120,726 square miles and 34th most populous country in the world with an average population of 38.5 million. It is divided into 16 administrative subdivisions and is a unitary state. Warsaw is the capital and largest city in the country.

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