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Country of the Day

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Map of Poland
  • Demographics
  • National Anthem
  • Native Greetings
(Image Credit: Huji)

Corn Poppy

National Flower

Today
Dec 13
Capital
Warsaw
Leader
President Andrzej DUDA
Area (sq km)
312,685.00
Population
38,562,189
Language(s)
Polish and more
Literacy
99.50%
Currency
Zloty (PLN)

"Mazurek Dabrowskiego” (Dabrowski's Mazurka)

Poland’'s national anthem, “Mazurek Dabrowskiego,” was adopted in 1927. The anthem, commonly known as "Jeszcze Polska nie zginela" (Poland Has Not Yet Perished), was written in 1797 by Jozef Wybicki. The lyrics resonate strongly with Poles because they reflect the numerous occasions in which the nation’s lands have been occupied.

Audio Credit: Defonseca

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