Fun Facts about Poland

The other day one of my Polish blog readers sent me a link that he thought I might enjoy reading.

The link went to a Tumbler account “This is Poland!” It was a bunch fun facts about Poland.  Some of which I already knew but others I never would have guessed! Here are a few fun facts that I thought you might enjoy knowing about Poland.

Happy Independence Day, Poland! <3

Interesting huh?  For more fun facts go check out the Tumbler account as I didn’t list them all.

What other informational about Poland are wanting to know?

love kelley
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3 Responses to Fun Facts about Poland

  1. Piotr says:

    Hi!

    1) Unfortunately, Copernicus was German, who simply was born and lived in Poland. There is no evidence that he even spoke Polish. But even without him, Poland should be proud of other scientists like M. Skłodowska-Curie, so I do not understand why we still need Copernicus to feed our ego :)

    2) If it comes to Polish name of Germany “Niemcy” – instead of Poles should be Slavs

    3) “L” in “PoLand” is the same letter as “L” in “fieLd”, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grimm%27s_law, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Proto-Indo-European_language

  2. Me says:

    Some are untrue and some controversial. 17 Nobel prize winners? I suppose they meant won was born or lived in teritories tak now belongs to Poland. Is’t it a difference?

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