Maciej St. Zięba wrote at 2016-01-25 13:11:31
The name "Opchitski" would be spelled "Opczycki" in Polish. Neither "Oszecki" nor "Osecki" sound much similar. The first one is pronounced [o-SHETS-key], the other [o-SETS-key], the 'o' of both being the 'aw' in 'law'.
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I am an English citizen my first visit to Poland was in 1996. I moved here permanently in 2004,now have a licensed real estate business,property investment business and tourist business. I have renovated an apartment block, run a hotel here and now live in a 16th century manor house in rural Poland when not in my City centre apartment.
Education/Credentials 'A' levels in Pure and Applied Maths and Physics
Bsc Production Engineering
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