Facts About Poland

If Poland is on your list of possible destinations for teaching English abroad, you might find these facts about the country rather interesting.
Music lovers are also in for a treat as Poland hosts the annual Pryzstanek Woodstock Festival which offers free entry and is known as the biggest open-air festival in the world.
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If you are a food lover you may be surprised to learn that the city of Wroclaw is home to the oldest restaurant in Europe which has been serving up meals for over 700 years.
Among the many inventions and discoveries attributed to Poles over the years, the mine detector and bulletproof vest have done much for safety and security, while vodka and bagels are possibly considered more important by many around the world.

SOURCE: 9gag . com/gag/amY1O49?ref=pn

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