CSRidentity
 
Poland
Untitled Document
 
Any organisation or individual can take this banner and link it to their site or a particular page.
As a responsible organisation, our editorial has a definite & clear say in type of ads accepted here.
If you want to share your banner here, email to Datacentre.

Independence / Republic Days
Christianisation[c] April 14, 966
- First Republic July 1, 1569
- Second Republic November 11, 1918
- People's Republic December 31, 1944
- Third Republic of Poland January 30, 1990

Capital
Warsaw

Current Time in Warsaw (Poland)

Calling code
48

Currency
Zloty (PLN)

Geographic Coordinates
52°13'N 21°02'E

Official language
Polish

Select NGOs
Association of Individual Investors
Bread of Life Community
Center of Strategic Counseling
Fundacja DOMIN
Happy Childhood Foundation
Klub Gaja
Mama Foundation
Malopolskie Educational Society
Stowarzyszenie SIEMACHA
The Borderland Foundation

Location
Central Europe, east of Germany

Geographic coordinates
52 00 N, 20 00 E

Map references
Europe

Area
total: 312,685 sq km
country comparison to the world: 70
land: 304,255 sq km
water: 8,430 sq km

Area - comparative
slightly smaller than New Mexico

Coastline
440 km

Maritime claims
territorial sea: 12 nm
exclusive economic zone: defined by international treaties

Elevation extremes
lowest point: near Raczki Elblaskie -2 m
highest point: Rysy 2,499 m

Nationality
noun: Pole(s)
adjective: Polish

Languages
Polish (official) 96.2%, Polish and non-Polish 2%, non-Polish 0.5%, unspecified 1.3%
note: Kashub is recognized as a regional language under the European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages (2011 est.)

National symbol(s)
white eagle

National anthem
name: "Mazurek Dabrowskiego" (Dabrowski's Mazurka)


National Anthem lyrics/music
Jozef WYBICKI/traditional
note: adopted 1927; the anthem, commonly known as "Jeszcze Polska nie zginela" (Poland Has Not Yet Perished), was written in 1797; the lyrics resonate strongly with Poles because they reflect the numerous occasions in which the nation's lands have been occupied

Flag Description
two equal horizontal bands of white (top) and red; colors derive from the Polish emblem - a white eagle on a red field

note: similar to the flags of Indonesia and Monaco which are red (top) and white

National Anthem

 

Poland : National Anthem
Poland Is Not Yet Lost, So long as we still live

Poland has not yet perished,
So long as we still live.
What the alien force has taken from us,
We shall retrieve with a sabre.

March, march, Dabrowski,
From the Italian land to Poland.
Under your command
We shall rejoin the nation.

We'll cross the Vistula and theWarta,
We shall be Polish.
Bonaparte has given us the example
Of how we should prevail.

March, march...
Like Czarniecki to Poznan
After the Swedish occupation,
To save our homeland,
We shall return across the sea.

March, march...
A father, in tears,
Says to his Basia
Listen, our boys are said
To be beating the tarabans.
March, march..
Poland has not yet died,
So long as we still live.
What the alien power has seized from us,
We shall recapture with a sabre.
March, march, Dabrowski,
To Poland from the Italian land.
Under your command
We shall rejoin the nation.
Like Czarniecki to Poznan
Returned across the sea
To save his homeland
After the Swedish occupation.
March, march...
We'll cross the Vistula and the Warta,
We shall be Polish.
Bonaparte has given us the example
Of how we should prevail.
March, march...
The German nor the Muscovite will settle
When, with a backsword in hand,
"Concord" will be everybody's watchword
And so will be our fatherland.
March, march...
A father, in tears,
Says to his Basia
Listen, our boys are said
To be beating the tarabans.
March, march...
All exclaim in unison,
"Enough of this slavery!"
We've got the scythes of Raclawice,
God will give us Kosciuszko.
Source

Global example : Thane
Click here

If you want to share any information, do mail Datacentre

 
This banner can be different in each country page.
But till the time we get any specific banner for any country, we will offer this space to one advertiser in many countries.
It may happen that the advertiser is an advertising or PR agency which operates in many countries and shares different banners in different countries.And this is perfectly okay with us.
But again, as a responsible organisation, our editorial has a definite & clear say in type of ads accepted here.
If you want to share your banner here, email to Datacentre