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Poland Bordering Countries:Belarus, Czech Republic, Germany, Lithuania, Russia, Slovakia, Ukraine
Regional Maps:Map of Europe, World Map
Where is Poland?
Poland Satellite Image
Poland Information:Poland is located in central Europe. Poland is bordered by the Baltic Sea, Germany to the west, Czech Republic and Slovakia to the south, and Ukraine, Belarus, and Lithuania to the east.
Poland Cities:Biala Podlaska, Bialystok, Bielsko-Biala, Bydgoszcz, Chelm, Ciechanow, Czestochowa, Darlowo, Elblag, Gdansk, Gdynia, Jelenia, Kalisz, Katowice, Kielce, Kolobrzeg, Konin, Koszalin, Krakow, Krosno, Legnica, Leszno, Lodz, Lomza, Lubawa, Lubawskie, Lublin, Malbork, Morag, Nowy Sacz, Nowy Targ, Olsztyn, Opole, Ostrateka, Ostroda, Pila, Piotrkow Trybunalski, Plock, Poznan, Przemysl, Radom, Rzeszow, Siedlce, Sieradz, Skierniewice, Slupsk, Suwalki, Szczecin, Tarnobrzeg, Tarnow, Torun, Ustka, Walbrzych, Warszawa (Warsaw), Wielkopolski, Wloclawek, Wroclaw, Zakopane, Zamosc and Zielona Gora.
Poland Locations:Baltic Sea, Bug River, Carpathian Mountains, Gulf of Gdansk, Jezioro Dabie, Jezioro Druzno, Jezioro Jeziorak, Jezioro Lasmiady, Jezioro Lebsko, Jezioro Mamry, Jezioro Miedwie, Jezioro Nidzkie, Jezioro Sniardwy, Jezioro Wigry, Kaliningradskiy Zaliv, Narew River, Neisse River, Notec River, Oder River, Vistula River, Warta River, Wista River, Zalew Szecinski and Zatoka Pucka .
Poland Natural Resources:Poland has fuel deposits, some of which are coal and natural gas. Mineral resources for this country include sulfur, copper, silver and lead. Other important natural resources include amber, salt and arable land.
Poland Natural Hazards:There are natural hazards in Poland, including flooding.
Poland Environmental Issues:The environmental issues for Poland have improved since 1989 due to the decline in heavy industry and an increased environmental concern by the post-Communist government. The pollution levels should continue to decrease as industrial establishments bring their facilities up to EU code; however this is at substantial cost to businesses and the government. Nonetheless, air pollution remains serious because of sulfur dioxide emissions from coal-fired power plants, and the resulting acid rain which has caused forest damage. The water pollution from industrial and municipal sources is also a problem, as is disposal of hazardous wastes.
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