Monthly Archives: March 2014

The Wisła River

Known as the Vistula River in English, the Wisła is Poland’s main artery, and the subject of many legends and historical events. It is the largest river in Poland and starts in the Śląsk (Silesia) region of Poland, finally emptying out … Continue reading

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In Case Anyone Forgot About Russia’s Warmongering…

…They’re here to remind us, their geographical conquest and land-thrist will never end! Ukraine?  It’s theirs.  Finland?  Theirs.  Poland and Czech Republic?  Just runaway Russian Federal Subjects (according to them… for the last 1000+ years). While Russia has a vibrant … Continue reading

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Poland-Lithuania, the Most Powerful Country in Europe!

Nowadays, if you hear “Poland” or “Lithuania,” (and you know something of geography) you know they are two separate countries… but this was not always so! Beginning in the 14th century, all the way to the 18th, Poland and Lithuania … Continue reading

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