The most important distinguishing feature of the Opolskie Province is its thrift. It is also one of the most European regions of Poland. The history of the Polish-Czech-German bor­derland has influenced the current image of the region. Presently, Opole Silesia (Śląsk Opol­ski) is a multi-cultural region. The region has been inhabited by generations of people, who express their strong ties with their own tra­ditions and still cooperate in harmony for the development of their small homeland. Cultural diversity results in the wealth of ex­periences of the inhabitants, their tolerance and openness to the world, which together with their diligence and mobility, are the best assets for every employer.

The regional and local authorities of Opole prove their good management through the investments in modern infrastructure. There are attractive investment sites nearby the A4 motorway. Opole is a dynamically developing academic centre in Poland. Not only do we cre­ate good conditions for living and spending free time but we also support the activities of those, who contribute to the growth of our economic capability. The Opolskie Province is among the leaders in attracting foreign capi­tal. The majority of companies with foreign capital which have seen the advantages of our region have come from Germany, the Nether­lands, Ukraine, Belgium, Austria and Italy.

Capital of the province: Opole
Population: 1,091,000

Administrative structure:
counties: 11
municipalities: 71



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