RZESZOW, Poland – The Euro 2012 championship did not much affect the life of a small Polish city near the Ukrainian border. This is not only because Rzeszow, a provincial city of 220,000 residents, did not host any of the recent football matches. It’s because the city is well-kept, innovative and lively all the time, and didn’t need a tournament boost.
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