Wólka Kosowska And Hurtownia Internetowa in Poland
Poland is a very beautiful country located in central Europe. And you know it, when it comes to Europe, there are so many interesting things to talk about including people, cultures, languages, and more. Poland, in particular, is a country of peace and friendly people. There you can step on the green glass meadows and chase the butterflies if you want.
Or you can join in the local market where people are selling their most beautiful, rarest, and unique items. The one thing that impressed me most is called wólka kosowska! Just for your information, it’s a shopping center located near the center of every city in Poland. There, you can buy yourself one of the most interesting thing in the world – the hurtownia internetowa – which is a type of clothes that can only be seen in Poland. You can call it wólka kosowska hurtownia when you communicate with the Polish as they will understand the matter quicker if you do so!
There are many other things you can do here. But the things I listed above are the things that excite me the most whenever I come to Poland. If you haven’t had a chance to visit this beautiful country, I highly suggest you do so! And trust me, you’d love what you can do there.
As Wikipedia sourced:
The source of the name Poland and the ethnonyms for the Poles include endonyms (the way Polish people refer to themselves and their country) and exonyms (the way other peoples refer to the Poles and their country). Endonyms and most exonyms for Poles and Poland derive from the name of the West Slavic tribe of the Polans (Polanie).
The origin of the name Polanie itself is uncertain. It may derive from such Polish words as pole (field). The early tribal inhabitants denominated it from the nature of the country. Lowlands and low hills predominate throughout the vast region from the Baltic shores to the foothills of the Carpathian Mountains. Inter Alpes Huniae et Oceanum est Polonia, sic dicta in eorum idiomate quasi Campania is the description by Gervase of Tilbury in his Otia imperialia (Recreation for the emperor, 1211). In some languages the exonyms for Poland derive from another tribal name, Lechites (Lechici).