Mazurs

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Mazurs

 

the self-designation of the people inhabiting northeastern Poland; in the past the Mazurs constituted an ethnic subgroup of the Polish nation. They are mainly Protestants and have preserved certain dialect features in their speech, as well as a distinctive folk dress, dwelling, and folk art, notably, wood carving.

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Contract notice: Provision of health services including medical examinations and vaccination of police officers and officers of the Warminsko - Mazurian garrison.
The composition of fatty acids in muscle of six freshwater fish species from the Mazurian great lakes (Northeastern Poland).
In the Mazurian and Brodnica lakelands (Poland), in spring, remnants of harvest mouse occur in 0.
Set amidst lush lakeside greenery, the chic resort offers luxury accommodation, expert spa treatments, and delicious, wholesome food at the Restauracja Romantyczna - an intimate, elegant venue offering regional cuisine celebrating ingredients sourced from the West Mazurian Lakeland.
We feature a host of popular destinations in Catalonia and Andalucia in mainland Spain, The Balearic Islands, Tuscany, the Val d'Aosta, the Isle of Elba, Lake Iseo and Lake Maggiore in Italy, South West France, the Pyrenees in Andorra, the Mazurian Lakes in Poland, the Julian Alps in Slovenia the Harz mountains and Lower Bavaria in Germany as well as the Algarve in Portugal, the Canary Islands, Crete and North and South Cyprus.
Departs throughout 2013 We feature a host of popular destinations in Catalonia and Andalucia in mainland Spain, The Balearic Islands, Tuscany, Lake Iseo, Lake Maggiore, the Val d'Aosta and the Isle of Elba in Italy, South West France, the Pyrenees in Andorra, the Harz mountains and Lower Bavaria in Germany, the Mazurian Lakes in Poland, the Julian Alps in Slovenia as well as the Algarve in Portugal, the Canary Islands, Crete and North and South Cyprus.
Thirty Years of Studies of Dreissena polymorpha Ecology in Mazurian Lakes of Northeastern Poland.
Small-sized vibropressed concrete elements with such asphalt addition are produced in Mazurian Manufacturing-Building Enterprise in Augustow (Poland).
11) In 1:1, and in line with the sociological profile of this migration, (12) we see a twenty-year old, Asia (Natalia Rybicka), leaving a remote village in the Mazurian District of Poland, where she has prospects of neither a job nor a decent existence, to go to London in search of a better life.
Hiding his military past, Tadeus finds sanctuary on the farm of attractive Mazurian widow Rose (vivid Agata Kulesza), a woman who has been raped so many times that it has destroyed her health (but not her spirit).
Zakrzewski was one of dozens of ice boaters who competed in the Mazurian Cup, Poland's leading ice boat competition which is held in late January on the 114km surface of the shallow and fast freezing Lake Sniardwy.