Warsaw is a capital city of
Poland, established at the end of the 13th century. It is not only the largest city in Poland, but also the economic and political centre.
Its symbol is the Mermaid, featured on the city seal.
The city has undergone the vast damage during the
World War II so the modern shape of current Warsaw is a result of the subsequent reconstruction. Top 5 Warsaw spots are Old Town, Lazienki Krolewskie Park-Palace Complex, Wilanow Park, Palace of Culture and Science, Warsaw Rising Museum.
Postcards from Warsaw
Warsaw Old Town
Warsaw City Centre
Statue of Roman Dmowski, a Polish politician, statesman, and chief ideologue and co-founder of the National Democracy
Local trams in Warsaw
Church at Krakowskie Przedmiescie
Statue of Roman Dmowski
Baths Park or Royal Baths, the largest park in Warsaw, Poland, occupying 76 hectares of the city center
Squirrel spotted in Lazienki
Peacocks, one of a number of animal species in the Royal Baths Park
2 pigeons spoted in Łazienki Park
Palace of Culture and Science
The view seen from the top of the Palace of Culture and Science
Postcard from Warsaw
Warsaw city centre, one of the restaurants
Historic Centre of Warsaw
A beautiful horse spotted in Historic Centre of Warsaw
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