from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A historical region of northeast Poland. Ruled by the Teutonic Knights after the 14th century and later part of East Prussia, it was assigned to Poland by the Potsdam Conference of 1945.
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- proper n. An area in northeastern Poland, historically part of East Prussia.
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We have 5.000.000 tourists from whole world visiting Varmia & Masuria region which still develops.
From the so-called Mazurenland (Masuria) in northern Prussia we have a few thousand Polish Lutherans who but for their jargon of Prussianized
The Masuria take their name from the _masur_ or lentil, a common cold-weather crop in the northern Districts, which is, however, grown by all Kurmis and other cultivators; and the
Tarpan is a high quality, triple-distilled vodka from the beautiful region of Masuria in North Eastern Poland.
The name 'Tarpan' means 'wild horse' and refers to the now extinct herds of Tarpan that used to roam the vast plains of Masuria.
Olsztyn, Poland - The Masuria region in north eastern Poland is renowned for its lakes, storks, paddle boats and its pristine, untouched countryside.