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Official site of Wroclaw: http://www.wroclaw.pl/m6843/

 

On November 26, 1997 a Sister City agreement was signed between the city of Ramat-Gan and the City of Wroclaw.

 

Wroclaw is the economical, cultural and intellectual capital of Lower Silesia, located in southwestern Poland, 160 km from Germany and 120 km from the Czech Republic.

 

The city with its charming historical center, parks, good restaurants, hotels and friendly people (700,000 inhabitants) is a pleasant place to visit and to do business.

 


As Poland's fourth largest city, Wroclaw is a center of industry, communications, transport, education, and the arts.

 

The city has Poland's largest flour mills, electronics and data-processing facilities, foundries, machinery plants, textile mills, the Hutmen copper plant, and food-processing facilities. Wroclaw provides international rail connections, an airport, and river transport.

 

Eight educational institutions are located in the city along with nine museums, several theaters and music centers, and a botanical garden and zoo.