Tag Archives: Poland

Check computerannals for Poland in 2003.

Poland Market Entry

Subchapters: Market entry Forms and conditions of operation on the market Marketing and Communications Issues of intellectual property protection Public procurement market Payment terms, payment ethics and resolution of commercial disputes Visas, fees, specific conditions of travel to the territory Employment of citizens from the Czech Republic Fairs and events Market entry Like the Czech… Read More »

What to See in Krakow (Poland)

Krakow is the former capital of Poland and one of the most beautiful European cities. Known since the 10th century, it was part of the Hansa, was the residence of the Polish kings, but the real heyday of Krakow falls on the 15th-17th centuries, when it was the capital of the then largest state in… Read More »

Poland Cinematography in the First Half of 20th Century

According to topmbadirectory, two names are to be remembered among the pioneers of Polish cinema: the photographer Piotr Lebiedzinski, who mounted five photographs on a glass cliché and then projected them in rapid succession, and Kazimierz Prószyński, who built the pleograph, a device for animating photographs fixed on film celluloid. Prószyński thus created about fifteen… Read More »

Poland Literature

The literary life in Poland of the second postwar period, an intense and animated revival despite the immense destruction suffered by the country, starting from 1949 was strongly conditioned in its development by the political events linked to Stalinism and by the official imposition of the doctrine of socialist realism. The process of de-Stalinization and… Read More »

Poland Population, Politics and Economy

Population in Poland According to directoryaah, Poland has around 38 million residents with a population density of around 122 residents per km². At around 40 years (2016), the average age is relatively low in a European comparison. By the middle of the century, Poland is threatened with a significant increase in the median age and… Read More »

Poland Children and School

How is school in Poland? In Poland, children have been going to school since 2012 when they were six years old (previously they started school when they were seven). Some children also go to kindergarten, the Przedszkola, beforehand. On the other hand, one year of preschool, the Zerówka, is compulsory, so to speak, the zeroth… Read More »