Poland Poland : Photographs of Poland
The Online Photographic Guide to Poland
Our site provides visitors with historic and contemporary photographs and brief outlines of villages and towns in Poland; offers Polish news in English from Poland; alongwith a free question and answer service; details of places of interest, tourist attractions, major cities throughout Poland such as Gorzow, Krakow; Poznan and Szczecin; railways; and the chance to contact men and women and make friends from all over the world who share an interest in Poland. If you want to know something about Poland this is the place for you! If you want to locate photographs - either contemporary or historic - of any location in Poland do contact us. We might well be able to help. Our aim is to allow English speakers the chance to view old and contemporary photographs of most locations with over 5,000 residents in Poland. With a special focus on the western provinces of Lower Silesia, Lubuskie, Wielkopolska (Greater Poland) and Western Pomerania. We also have sections on Communist Poland (PRL) and the Major Cities in Poland
You might want to try searching for towns and places of interest using the search box below. If you can't find what you are looking for don't despair, we might have added it recently and it might not yet have been indexed. If this is the case try the links above or contact us and make a request for information on any aspect of life in Poland or photographs of any village, town or city in western Poland.
The Poland Poland website also combines photographs taken in different locations in Poland with practical no-nonsense advice and information on Polish culture and traditions. These subjects include: dining out in Poland; education in Poland; Polish railways; and Christmas in Poland; shopping in outdoor markets; art; nightclubs; and Polish jokes. In this way we hope not only to show the physical side of Poland, but also the cultural aspects of life in Poland. We also have sections for people looking for friends with an interest in Polish and/or Poland; and for expats in Poland, where visitors can find information on things like living and working and buying property in Poland. There are hundreds of pages and because of the hand-made nature of the website and the length of time it has been online, the linking system is a little chaotic, so if you can't find what you are looking for use the search facility. If you still can't find the information you are looking for contact us and will try and answer your question. You can also sign up for our Polish Newsletter; vote in our opinion polls on Poland and Polish; and add your own comments on any location or subject featured on the Poland Poland website!
We are able to offer individual advice on a number of Polish and Poland related matters. These include:- Free e-mail account - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Ground based and drone aerial photography in Poland
- Translation from and into the Polish Language English
- Polish Translation Forum
- One to one Polish lessons in Poland
- Links to the most interesting and useful sites about Polish and Poland
- Guided Tours of Poland Polish and German Ancestry and Genealogy Research
- Polish photographic service: Photography Poland
- CD scans of old maps of Neumark, Brandenburg, Posen, Silesia and Pomerania
- Supply of old postcards and photographs of former German territories
- Help in finding good value and interesting accommodation in Poland
- High quality pictures of Poland suitable for publishers and news organizations.
- An online Poland store where you can buy great Poland and Polish items.
- Learn Polish in Poland
If you're interested in any of the above or need further information on any location in Poland, or aspect of Polish culture, contact us. We will try and help, and if we can't we will point you in the direction of someone who can.
Poland is a wonderful country and we hope to spread the message in a realistic way as widely as possible through the photographs and descriptions on our site!
Most of the information and pictures on our site are of the former German territories now part of Poland. These parts of present-day Poland were - prior to the border changes agreed at the end of the first and second world wars - part of Prussia, Germany. These German states were known as Pomerania (Pommern), East Brandenburg, Posen, Grenzmark, Neumark, West Prussia and Lower Silesia; and are now the Polish provinces (vovoidships) of: Kujawsko Pomorskie, Lubuskie, Opole, Wielkopolskie, Dolnoslaskie, Pomorskie and Zachodniopomorskie.
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