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  1. Map of Congress Poland, circa 1815, following the Congress of Vienna. The Russian Empire is shown in light green. Status: ... Congress Poland, ...

  2. The administrative division of Poland in the interwar period included 16 voivodeships and Warsaw (with voivodeship rights). The voivodeships that remained in Poland after World War II as a result of Polish–Soviet border agreement of August 1945 were very similar to the current voivodeships.

  3. www.evssar.orgEVSSAR

    30/06/2022 · 24th EVSSAR Congress in a Joint Meeting with the 9th Quadrennial International Symposium on Canine and Feline Reproduction, Milan (I) – June 30th to July 2nd, 2022 . Dear Colleagues, The 2022 ISCFR-EVSSAR Congress will be held in Milan, Italy, from June 30th to July 2nd, 2022. Click here to save the date!

  4. › en › citiesCities - Poland

    Kazimierz Dolny, a town beloved by artists on the Vistula river. Sandomierz, with its numerous monuments standing above a maze of cellars carved out of the rock. Suwalki, with a street lined with buildings from the time of the Congress Kingdom. The military town of Borne Sulinowo, which for 40 years was not shown on any Polish map.

  5. Poland Stamps. Stamps from the country of Poland are available in a variety of sizes, formats, and issue years. Vintage Polish postage has changed drastically over the years as many were issued under different governments during annexation periods. You can collect used and mint stamps as part of a set or individually and with or without gum or ...

  6. › poland-info › history-of-polandBrief history of Poland.

    History of Poland in brief. 966 – Christianisation 1025 – Kingdom of Poland 1569 – Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth 1795 – Partition of Poland 1807 – Duchy of Warsaw 1815 – Congress Poland 1918 – Reconstitution of Poland 1939 – Invasion of Poland, World War II 1945 – Communist Poland 1989 – Republic of Poland. History of ...

  7. › en › regionsRegions - Poland

    Wielkopolska is a special place on the map of our country. This is where the first ruler of the Piast dynasty became the leader of several united Slavic tribes and was baptised a Christian by a German bishop. Over 1000 years ago Poland was born here.