Tossed for centuries back and forth between the Poles, Germans and Czechs, Poland’s southwestern province of Silesia is a fascinating blend of cultures, languages and architectural styles. Its main city, Wrocław, is the focus of Poland’s new economic dynamism. Vibrant Poznań to the north, the heart of the original Polish nation, is one of the country’s oldest cities and a key commercial link to Western Europe.
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