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Ul. Poznanska 177, Ozarow Mazowiecki, Warsaw, Central Poland, 05-850, Poland
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4-5 September

by nicebelgian

Are there some special events on 4-5 September 2010?

Re: 4-5 September

by gilabrand


Re: 4-5 September

by sphynxxs

The Singer Festival is still going on in Ul Prozna and surrounding, celebrating not just the works of Isaak B singer, but Polish-Jewish culture in general. It is not as big as the festival in Krakow, but there are a number of exhibitions, workshops and concerts. Not a special event, but one of the last sundays to listen to open air Chopin music in Lazienki park.

Re: 4-5 September

by Dabs

Pick up a copy of In Your Pocket when you get there, they have listings for events. The online version is the same as the copy you can get for free when you get there at the major hotels but right now it looks like it's just through the end of August although you can search by date

Travel Tips for Warsaw

recommended reading

by MichaelFalk1969

Just some books I found extremely interesting to get in the mood for a Warsaw/Poland trip:

James Michener "Poland", a great historic novel based on fictional and real characters taking you through Polish history from the Mongol Invasions until the first steps of the Solidarity Movement. Despite some minor historic inaccuracies a great read.

Norman Davies: "Rising 44": The story of the Warsaw Uprising 1944 (non-fiction).

Henry Sienkiewicz: "The Crusaders": classic historical novel on the conflict between Poland-Lithuania and the German Crusader Order who ruled Prussia and the Baltic States.

Everywhere in Warsaw, you have...

by Tintim

Everywhere in Warsaw, you have the world war in mind. Everything is remembering it: these 'old' buildings in the 'old' town, were actually completely destroyed and re-builted after the war!
PORTUGUÊS - Em todo o lado em Varsóvia temos a Grande Guerra presente. Tudo a lembra: estes 'velhos' edifícios da cidade 'velha', foram na realidade completamente arrasados e reconstruídos depois da guerra. FRANÇAIS - Partout à Varsovie nous avons la guerre présente. Tout nous y fait penser: ces 'vieux' immeubles de la 'vieille' ville, ont en réalité été complètement détruits et reconstruits après la guerre.

Need to change money?

by Pawtuxet

When looking for someone to change your dollars to Zlotys...or whatever money you are changing...look for the sign KANTOR. Of course you may find the best exchange in a bank, but when you are out in the city of an evening and you need help...this is where you go. Altho the rates may be higher, you just change a small amount to get you through what you have to do, and the cost will be minimal. I enjoyed the pic on this Kantor's sign. :-) Someone has a sense of humor.

Warsaw Tip

by travelmad478

My last trip to Warsaw came at a very terrible time in my own country's history: just after the Sept. 11 attacks in the US. All over the world, citizens of other countries came forward to demonstrate tremendous sympathy for the people of the United States. In Warsaw, this took the form of placing candles, flowers, photos, and messages on the sidewalk in front of the US Embassy. I went to the spot on Sept. 14, and this was what I saw there. It was incredibly moving to me that so many Polish citizens would go so far to express their solidarity with the US. Thanks so much, Warsaw. I'll never forget it.

Do not finish it yet!

by matcrazy1

Look at the next picture, please:

1. The trio: June (poons), Claus (cachaseiro) and Brad (bradbrown)

2. June and typical pose of Claus :-)

3. What are you doing folks?

4. Brad's hug given to Agnieszka (Aggie_K)

5. Australian singing accompanied by Belarusian smile :-)


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Address: Ul. Poznanska 177, Ozarow Mazowiecki, Warsaw, Central Poland, 05-850, Poland