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Description: The Physical Map of Poland showing major geographical features like elevations, mountain ranges, seas, lakes, plateaus, peninsulas, rivers, plains, landforms and other topographic features.

Poland Facts and Country Information...

Poland is a central eastern European country covering a total area of 312679 square kilometers. The country is an unbroken piece of land stretching from the Carpathian Mountains in the south to the Baltic Sea up north.

The country has a band of plains running from the east to west. Then there is the northeastern region which is also called the Masurian Lake District as it has over 2000 lakes and lots of forests.

The average elevation of the area is 173 meters and the highest natural point is Mount Rysy at 2499 meters. It is a mountain in the Tatra Range which is a part of the Carpathian Mountains.

There are two main mountain ranges in the country other than the Carpathians: The Sudetes and the Swietokrzyskie Mountains. The central plains of the country is drained by the Rivers Oder and Vistula.
The southern borders of the country have the two largest rivers basins of the land: Oswiecim and Sandomierz. The lowest point in Poland is 2 meters under the Vistula Delta.

The only desert in Poland is called the Bledow Desert and is located in the southern part of the country. The Vistula River is the longest in the country with a length of 1047 kilometers. Lake Sniardwy is the largest lake.

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