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Slow life

The least-industrialized region of Europe

Purest Region in Europe

Countryside - Lublin

Perla is based in the historic city of Lublin, capital of one of the least industrialized, cleanest regions in Europe. Most of the area's inhabitants live in small towns and villages, and are mainly engaged in agriculture. It's our way of life. More than 60% of the area is covered by forests. Peat bogs and wildlife are protected from human intervention in the parks and reserves - 2 national parks and 17 provincial parks are located in the area.

A European Capital of Culture

Lublin is a city that symbolizes European ideals of integration, the universal heritage of democracy and tolerance, as well as the open dialogue between the cultures of the West and East. Lublin is a unique place where many different cultures and religions meet. Here the European Union meets with Belarus and Ukraine. Lublin is a city filled with students and artists, a place where unique initiatives and activities come to life.

Map of World with Lublin Poland indicated
Countryside - Lublin

Medieval city

Lublin, the ninth largest city in Poland, is the capital of Lubelskie Province. It is the largest Polish city east of the Vistula  River, with a population of 350,000, and lies approximately 170 kilometres southeast of Warsaw.

Around the time of the Polish-Lithuanian Union of Krewo in 1385. Lublin thrived as a center of trade and commerce due to its strategic location on the route between Vilnus and Krakow.

The Lublin Parliament session of 1569 led to the creation of a union between the Crown of the Kingdom of Poland and the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, thus creating the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth.

Map of World with Lublin Poland indicated

In 1578 Lublin was chosen as the seat of the Crown Tribunal, the highest appeal court in the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth. Until the partitions at the end of the 18th century, Lublin was a royal city of the Crown Kingdom of Poland. Its delegates and nobles had the right to participate in the Royal Election.

Over the centuries, Lublin has played host to a number of outstanding poets, writers and historians, and has become known as one of the country’s great seats of higher education.

Today, the city stands revitalized, with many of its architectural treasures restored to their former glory amid the bustle of commerce and culture.