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Nowy Sacz Ratusz
Poland
Nowy Sącz – the laureate of the Polish Promotional Emblem “Teraz Polska” in the municipality category, in the 19th contest of the competition, the 3rd contest for local governments.
Nowy Sącz, the seat of an urban district authority (poviat) is also the administration centre of subsidiary state agencies and institutions for Nowy Sącz rural district and neighbouring districts as well. Education is one of its main advantages. The town’s hallmark is the College of Business (WSB-NLU). The town authorities are the founders of the State Vocational College (PWSZ).

More than 8 thousand small and medium enterprises operate in the town. In addition, there are also the bigger ones with leading market positions and well-known brands in the European and global markets (for example: Prospona, Expol, Koral, Fakro, Konspol, Wiśniowski). Nowy Sącz Old Town attracts visitors, and so does the Nowy Sącz Ethnographic Park with the unique Little Galician Town and… delicious ice cream from the Nowy Sącz ice cream parlours…

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Copyright: Maciej G. Szling
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Uploaded: 06/02/2010
Updated: 03/09/2014
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