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Poles Polacy Total population ca. 58,5 million Regions with significant populations  Poland   36 522 000 (Poles in Poland) 38 512 000 (population of Poland) Polish diaspora    United States (Polish ancestry) 9,000,000    Germany 1,500,000 – 2,000,000    Brazil 1,800,000    Israel 1,250,000    Canada 1,010,705    France 1,000,000    United Kingdom 500,000 – 1,000,000    Argentina 500,000    Belarus 294,549    Lithuania 212,800    Ireland 122,585    Australia 216,056    Ukraine 144,130    Norway 120,000    Italy 109,018    Russia 73,000    Czech Republic 51,968    Latvia 44,783    Netherlands 39,500    Kazakhstan 34,057    Denmark 31,720    South Africa 30,000    Sweden 27,518    Austria 21,000    Iceland 10,540    Hungary 5,730    Moldova 4,174    Romania 3,671    Slovakia 3,084 Languages Polish • Kashubian • Silesian Religion Predominantly Roman Catholicism Significant minorities of Eastern Orthodoxy, Protestantism (especially Lutheranism), Judaism and Non-Religious minorities Poles (Polish: Polacy ; singular masculine: Polak, singular feminine: Polka) are a nation of predominantly West Slavic ethnic origin, who are native to Eastern and Central Europe, inhabiting mainly Poland and some other European and American countries. The present population of Poles living in Poland is estimated at 36,522,000 out of the overall Poland population of 38,512,000 (based on the census of 2011).The preamble to the Constitution of the Republic of Poland defines the Polish nation as comprising all the citizens of Poland. Poland's inhabitants live in the following historic regions of the country: Wielkopolska, Malopolska, Mazovia (Polish: Mazowsze), Silesia (Polish: Slask), Pomerania (Polish: Pomorze), Kujawy, Warmia, Mazury, and Podlasie. A wide-ranging Polish diaspora exists throughout Europe (Germany, France, the United Kingdom, Russia, Belarus, Lithuania and Ukraine), the Americas (the United States, Brazil and Argentina) and Australia. In 1960, Chicago in the United States, had the world's largest urban Polish population after Warsaw. Today, the largest urban concentration of Poles is the Katowice urban agglomeration known as the Silesian Metropolis of 2.7 million inhabitants. There is a festival in Milwaukee, Wisconsin called Polish Fest that celebrates the Polish people.Over a thousand years ago, the Polans of Giecz, Gniezno and Poznan — an influential tribe in Wielkopolska — succeeded in uniting Lechitic tribes under what became the Piast dynasty, thus giving rise to the Polish state. Cite error: There are tags on this page, but the references will not show without a {{reflist}} template (see the help page).
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