Officially called the Republic of Poland, the country in Central Europe has a population of 38 million people and Warsaw as its capital. As one of the most religious countries in Europe – 88 % of people belong to the Catholic Church – Poland is the motherland of Pope John Paul II. Culturally advanced and with rich history of science the famous Poles include such personalities as Frederic Chopin in classical music, Henryk Sienkiewicz and Joseph Conrad in literature, Roman Polanski in film industry and
Polish Baby Names
Pope John Paul II, Warsaw, kielbasa and folk costumes – all these have a common denominator – Poland. The most religious country in Europe brings in the naming variety of Slavic origin and Christian tradition!