A country of castles and cathedrals, pierogies and potato dishes, Poland had Europe's oldest written constitution, but is also home to the most chilling reminder of the modern era's gravest crime, at Auschwitz. Today, the country is a steadily growing economy, central Europe's largest, and a bastion of stability in the region.
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