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iReport: The best of Poland

updated 4:37 AM EDT, Sun June 3, 2012
Katarzyna Biniek captured this image of a spectacular light show at a fountain in central Wroclaw. The city is known as Poland's "little Venice," she says, and with displays like this it effortlessly "captures the modern, fun face" of the country. Katarzyna Biniek captured this image of a spectacular light show at a fountain in central Wroclaw. The city is known as Poland's "little Venice," she says, and with displays like this it effortlessly "captures the modern, fun face" of the country.
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Wroclaw light show
Baltic coast beach
The gates of Auschwitz
Poland in bloom
Trabant tours
Maritime past and present
Lover's bridge
Home of Copernicus
Miniature city guides
The Crooked House
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Eye on Poland
updated 4:37 AM EDT, Sun June 3, 2012
From stunning light shows to the natural wonders of the country, take a look at your best shots from Poland.
updated 3:07 PM EDT, Thu June 7, 2012
Football fans from across Europe will soon be traveling to Poland, but so, too, will police officers from each nation.
updated 1:51 AM EDT, Tue May 29, 2012
During the 1970s and '80s it was said that what happened in Gdansk moved the world. Now its just trying to stay afloat.
updated 4:15 AM EDT, Fri May 25, 2012
Once just a cassock, a cross and a chalice was all that was needed to equip a church, now the world of liturgical accessories is a big business.
updated 9:01 AM EDT, Tue May 29, 2012
Poland's Finance Minister, Jan Vincent-Rostowski explains that the Euro could be the country's currency in the future.
updated 9:21 AM EDT, Tue May 29, 2012
Poland may be sitting on a vast, but controversial, natural resource that could make it energy independent.
updated 9:49 AM EDT, Mon May 21, 2012
A small Polish wild horse that was used in Nazi experiments has become the center of wetland regeneration efforts across Europe.
How many bison roam free in Poland and what percentage of the population are Catholic? All will be revealed.
How did the zloty, the unit of Polish currency, get its name? Find out in our quiz.
updated 11:05 PM EDT, Sun May 20, 2012
To create the future of Polish cuisine, chef Wojciech Amaro looked to the 16th century for inspiration.
updated 11:08 PM EDT, Sun May 20, 2012
From castles and primeval forest to medieval cathedrals get a pictorial history of the country.
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