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In this article we take a close look at Polish Women. If you're dating a woman who is from Poland, this will help to give you a good insight into the unique qualities she possesses, as well as some key facts about the country she lives in, and the lifestyle she is used to.

If you're currently single and looking for a partner, we'll also tell you how (and where) to meet women from Poland.


About Polish Women


Poland is, in fact, one of the few countries of Eastern Europe where the population includes very few people (less than 1%) of Russian or Ukrainian ethnicity. As a former communist nation that was under strong Soviet influence, there are many similarities in culture and history which mean that women from Poland possess many similar qualities to 'Russian' women.

Polish women are also extremely beautiful and feminine in a similar way to Russian women. One slight difference is in relation to dress sense in Poland, which is similar to that of Romania, and more closely linked to Western Europe. Generally speaking, the clothing is more conservative in styles and you will not see as many women wearing the sexier styles that you see in Russia and Ukraine. However, you will still find Polish women to be very attractive.


What language do they speak in Poland?


The official language of Poland is Polish, which is the second most widely-spoken Slavic language after Russian.

The Polish language is a West-Slavic language (a group comprising Polish, Czech, and Slovak) as opposed to East-Slavic languages (Russian, Ukrainian and Belarusian.) It is based on the Latin alphabet with a few additions.

The Russian language was the most widely-learned second language in Poland, until the end of the Soviet era, and has now been overtaken by English and German. For this reason, you will be understood speaking Russian with the older generations who learned Russian during those times, but probably not so well with the younger generations. (Although some similarities between the Polish and Russian languages do exist.)


Facts about Poland


Population - 38.1 million (2009 estimate)

Capital City - Warsaw (Population 2.8 million)

Main Religion - Roman Catholic

Main Industries - Electronics, Motor Vehicles, Agriculture (Food production)

Economy - Poland has a very strong economy that has grown significantly since their entry into the European Union. Many Polish people moved to countries such as Ireland in order to earn higher wages, but in recent years the number of Polish people leaving Poland has been well overtaken by those returning, since wages have increased in Poland significantly.

Life Expectancy of Polish Women - 78.4

Life Expectancy of Polish Men - 70.2


Famous Polish Women


Anna Przybylska - Actress and Model

Izabella Scorupco - Actress

Magdalena Wróbel - Supermodel (modeled for many top designers, including Victoria's Secret)


Where to Meet Polish Women


The international dating industry is much less developed in Poland than in Russia and Ukraine, and this means that you will find fewer girls on the dating sites who are from Poland.

Poland is, however, a very modern, friendly country and it is easy to visit as a "do-it-yourself" tourist. Their inclusion in the EU is one of the reasons for this.

If you're wanting to meet a Poland woman for marriage, there are a few key "rules" you should stick to. Be patient. Use only the reputable dating sites. Be smart and thorough in your dating experiences. And finally... prepare yourself for the language and cultural challenges that you will face.

Being with a woman who speaks another language and is used to certain relationship 'rules' is not easy. But it can be done. To overcome the challenges that come with dating women from countries such as Poland, check out the comprehensive dating guide, How to Find and Marry a Girl Like Me.


Other Russian Women Articles


How to Meet Russian Women

How to Date Russian Women

Marrying a Russian Woman

Russian Women Books


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Ukraine | Belarus | Moldova | Estonia | Latvia | Lithuania

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