|Republic of Poland
|Singsing: Mazurek Dąbrowskiego (Tok Polan)
(and largest city)
|Tokples bilong gavman||Tok Polan²|
|Nem bilong manmeri||Pole|
|-||Prime Minister||Beata Szydło|
|-||Christianisation4||April 14 966|
|-||Redeclared||November 11 1918|
|EU accession||May 1 2004|
|-||2007 estimate||38,518,241 (31st)|
|GDP (PPP)||2005 estimate|
|-||Olgeta||$566.886 billion (23rd)|
|-||Long wanwan manmeri||$14,880 (52nd)|
|HDI (2004)||0.862 (high) (37th)|
|Taim hap||CET (UTC+1)|
|-||Sama (DST)||CEST (UTC+2)|
|1 See, however, Unofficial mottos of Poland.
² Although not official languages, Kashubian, Lithuanian and German are used in sixteen communal offices.
³ The total area of Poland according to the administrative division, as given by the Central Statistical Office, amounts to 312,679 km²: land area (311 888 km²) and part of internal waters (791 km²) cut by the coast line. The area of Poland's territory, including all internal waters and the territorial sea, is 322 575 km².
4 The adoption of Christianity in Poland is seen by many Poles, regardless of their religious affiliation, as one of the most significant national historical events; the new religion was used to unify the tribes in the region.
5 Also .eu, as Poland is a member of the European Union.
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