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  • Rondo Dmowskiego
    Rondo Dmowskiego
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    Rondo Dmowskiego
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    Viewpoint Gnojna Gora
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  • 1. Memories

    It had never crossed my mind to visit Poland, even after meeting Ewa, and teaching children who had Polish fathers in Scotland and Sudan. I'd never felt the inclination to visit Eastern Europe at all,...

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  • 2. Old Town

    As soon as we found ourselves in the Old Town Square we noticed a group of children gathered around a man looking like a picture perfect magician with his white clipped beard and moustache and wearing...

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  • 3. Streets

    Warsaw has a few big and busy squares. One of the most important ones is definitely the centrally located Rondo Dmowskiego where the busy Al. Jerozolimskie and Marszalkowska meet. Most trams and...

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  • 4. Lazienki Park and Chopin's Monument

    The Lazienki Park abounds in statues. They can be found everywhere: on the terrace of the Palace on the Water, in the Theatre on the Island, and in many other parts of the park too. They are often...

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  • 5. Royal Castle

    The Royal Castle is probably the best known landmark of Warsaw. From the outside it is a simple, huge five-wing early Baroque structure with a tall clock-tower. It's painted in unique colour but......

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  • 6. Warsaw Uprising

    WOW! Warsaw Uprising 1944 Museum is the best set up museum I have ever seen in Poland. It was open in 2004. I've already visited it twice and it's not enough for me :-). Fascinating and very...

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  • 7. Palace of Culture and Science

    Unfortunately, there are some politicians who want to destroy the Palace - symbol of the city!!! So, if you have free time, go to Warsaw - it is maybe the last chance to see this marvellous building!...

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  • 8. Barbican

    2001: Some fun guys at the wall around Old Town.. available with axe... for the crazy tourists with busy cameras. The area around the Barbicon usually has some entertainers offering a variety of...

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  • 9. Sightseeing - All tips in one

    We stayed three days in capital of Poland. I should say it was enough to see essential, but also better to have more time visiting Warsaw. I think the three day planning was quite full and useful, so...

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  • 10. Monuments

    Warsaw is packed with monuments, memorials and commemorative plaques relating to World War II. The most famous ones are the Warsaw Uprising Monument and the Umschlagplatz Monument, but there are...

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  • 11. Language

    Although most younger Poles speak English, there are many Poles, especially among the older generation who don't or don't want to. Even the majority of the police do not speak it. There is no doubt...

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  • 12. Castle Square

    The most part of the downdown was ruined during WWII. So, all that you can see on a photo is a reconstruction. From gale.blog.pl 's VT page I've just learned that number of old churches in Selesia...

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  • 13. Wilanow

    King Jan III Sobieski was a hero- he saved Europe from Islam- but a controversial one- he told his wife not to take baths until he`s back from the war so he could have her "all natural"! A walk...

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  • 16. Warsaw by night

    Most sights and monuments are beautifully illuminated at night. Especially the Palace of Culture and Science offers a special atmosphere at night.Another...

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  • 17. Skyscrapers

    One thing which fascinates me in Warsaw is the mixture of old and new skyscrapers in the city centre. The 231 m high Palace of Culture and Science which was...

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  • 18. It "Snows" even in summer

    As we were being shown around Warsaw by our friend Daria, we were amazed to see "snowflakes" everywhere. Now remember, this is late spring, middle of May, so...

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  • 19. About architecture

    Warsaw is a mix of old and new architecture. The old town was rebuilt in the way how it looked like in 18th century; town is rich in baroque and classicism...

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  • 20. Risen from ashes

    The very true words, that Warsaw just arose from ashes, as city was almost fully (about 85 percent) destroyed during Second World War, Uprising in 1944. Of...

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  • 21. Places to eat

    I assume that you'll be in Sofitel Victoria hotel? If so, it's very centre of the city with a lot of places to eat. Just about 150 m from hotel there's...

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  • 22. recommended reading

    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...

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  • 23. Fall in love with Warsaw

    There is a new acction to promote Warsaw as a tourist destination. It is called: "fall in love with Warsaw". The capital invites visitors in a slogan printed on...

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  • 24. You should talk with yonger part of community

    Og course, sometimes you can have a luck and the old man speak french or english, but chance for it is like 1 to 300,000. What's the conclusion? You should talk...

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  • 25. The treatment of the tramp...

    For an October evening it was rather pleasant and as we were travelling with an 18 month and a 2 month old we thought it would be prudent to dine al fresco!We...

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