This Eastern European country houses a rich medieval architecture in the village of Malbork. The Bialowieza Forest is one of the few natural areas in which the European bison lives in full freedom accompanied by wolves, deer and lynx. But the star is Warsaw, founded in the 12th century and formerly known as the Paris of the North. This beautiful city was the birthplace of the composer of classical music Frédéric Chopin and it’s the headquarters of the Copernicus Science Centre.
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