In the year 1945, Wroclaw went on to become portion of Poland; thanks to Potsdam Agreement. This city, since the year 1999 has been capital of ‘Lower Silesian Voivodeship’.
Wroclaw had its origins in ‘Lower Silesia’ in the form of a ‘Bohemian stronghold’ at intersection of 2 trade routes: Amber Road and Via Regia. It first got ... More recorded in the 10th century as ‘Vratislavia’, probably from name of Bohemian duke, i.e. Vratislav I.
Wroclaw has been referred to as one amongst the warmest cities all over Poland. Having lain in Lower-Silesian region, mean yearly temperature comes out to be 9.1 degree Celsius. January has been reported to be the coolest month; whereas July the warmest one. Maximum precipitation comes out to be 80 millimeters.
Population as per census conducted in the year 2006 comes out to be 635280.
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