MISS SUPRANATIONAL COMPETITION RETURNS TO MAŁOPOLSKA
Gerhard Parzutka von Lipinski, President of the Miss Supranational Organization, announced today that the Miss Supranational 2021 Competition will return to the southeastern Polish region of Małopolska for its 12th edition this August.
“Małopolska has a very special place in my heart and I am absolutely delighted that we will be able to bring our competition back to this incredible region this summer. The Małopolska region has a lot to offer to people from all over the world and we can’t wait to showcase its beauty and spirit during our entire competition and of course, the final show that will be seen in more than 120 countries. I extend my gratitude to the Marshal of Małopolska, Witold Kozłowski, and all the local authorities for allowing us the opportunity to work together again this year. We are incredibly excited to bring our contestant from all around the world to this region that will captivate them with its beauty,” Parzutka von Lipinski said.
The Miss Supranational 2021 Contestants will explore the region during the first three weeks of August as they prepare to compete in the final show where Anntonia Porsild from Thailand will crown Miss Supranational 2021.
MAŁOPOLSKA – it’s worth a visit!
You will find exceptional landscapes, unique wildlife, an impressive number of monuments and an atmosphere you will not find anywhere else – all this attracts several million tourists from all over Poland and worldwide to come and visit the region each year. Małopolska has consistently occupied a high place among the most visited regions of Poland for many years.
A stay in Małopolska is a unique opportunity to see its wonderful sights and experience the diversity of its nature. Only our region can boast such a great number of objects which are listed as UNESCO World Heritage sites.
In the Małopolska Region you will find dozens of attractive tourist destinations and routes that wind among picturesque landscapes that are well worth exploring. You will find the clouds topping the High Tatras, the white rocks of the Kraków-Częstochowa Uplands, ruins of castles, historic towns with charming old houses, wooden churches, mineral springs, thermal baths, national parks… which are just some of the many attractions that await you in the Małopolska Region.
For more information, visit: https://www.malopolska.pl/en/