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CEMS Club consists of members of the programme and active students devoted to organizing international and local projects.  More than 1% of Poland`s territory, 3,145 square kilometres (1,214 sq mi), is protected within 23 Polish national parks Three more national parks are projected for Masuria , the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, and the eastern Beskids In addition, wetlands along lakes and rivers in central Poland are legally protected, as are coastal areas in the north.We create innovative community that supports professional women fulfill their potential through learning and development programs, mentoring, best practice sharing and networking opportunities.  Scandinavia (except Denmark), Eastern Europe and Russia especially have an affection for Vodka, and if you`ve so far only tried the usual suspects like Smirnoff or Absolut; you should try the Vodka there, you may just end up surprised at how tasty the stuff can actually be. Elsewhere, most regions have a local speciality that local drinking comrades will happily fill in you, and eagerly wait for your funny faces when your throat and taste-buds screams in agony.
 
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It will be one of the largest European Regional Conferences on Thoracic Oncology this year intended for Polish, Lithuanian and Belarussian physicians involved in the management of thoracic cancers (medical oncologists, clinical oncologists, radiation oncologists, radiologists, thoracic surgeons, general surgeons, pulmonologists, general practitioners, internists, pathologists, medical biologists, other medical specialists).However, it is highly possible that they speak either French , German or Russian (however, if you use Russian when asking a Pole, say first that you don`t know Polish and that`s why you speak Russian - taking Russian as an official language of Poland is taken as an offense as a result of Russian occupation and the times of communism), taught in schools as the main foreign languages until the 1990s.
 
Beware, however, that it is necessary to make reservations for all high speed trains in many countries and the number of seats for rail pass holders is very limited, and in addition to having to make these reservations in person at the station in certain countries it is often times difficult to go where you want on high speed train using your pass, especially on the weekends.Poland is a quite homogeneous society today, except for some national minorities like Ukrainians, Belorussians, Germans and ethnic minorities like Silesians, Cashubians, Lemkos, and Jews who have been a part of Poland for years and a small wave of migrants from Africa and East Asia, including Vietnam, who have settled in the larger cities in recent years.
 
This was particularly true in Greater Poland, Silesia and Eastern Pomerania controlled by Prussia (later becoming a part of the German Empire ); areas which eventually, thanks largely to the Greater Poland Uprising of 1918 and Silesian Uprisings , were reconstituted as a part of the Second Polish Republic , becoming the country`s most prosperous regions.All telephone numbers in Poland are 9 digits long, and never start with 0 — although they used to do so. Sometimes numbers are written the old way, that is often only the last 7 digits are listed, in which case you need to prefix the now obligatory area code (e.g. 22 — Warsaw, 61 — Poznań, 12 — Kraków) OR a 0 is included in the beginning, in which case it must be skipped.
 
Citation needed Larger and more specialised medical complexes tend only to be found in larger cities, with some even more specialised units located only in the capital, Warsaw However, all voivodeships have their own general hospital (most have more than one), all of which are obliged to have a trauma centre; these types of hospital, which are able to deal with almost all medical problems are called `regional hospitals` (Szpital Wojewódzki).It`s easy to see why - a well preserved cultural heritage, open borders and efficient infrastructure makes visiting Europe a breeze, and rarely will you have to travel more than a few hours before you can immerse yourself in a new culture, and dive into a different phrasebook Although it is the world`s smallest continent in land surface area, there are profound differences between the cultures and ways of life in its countries.