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Category: Cities, Local time: 21:28:30, Official WWW website:

Pros

flat surrounding area

Suitable for

active vacation
history
carnivals
nightlife
cruises
shopping
study

Why to go there?

historical centre
old&new architecture
skyscrapers
political centre

Transportation and means of transport

air
metro
international airport
trams
railway

business travel (industry)

bank
chemical
financial
IT
food processing


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GPS: 52.2286, 21.0409
Altitude: 87 m
Last update: 2012-10-21 16:22:10

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 Aura: 79Reviews: 9702011-08-24 10:01:13
Warsaw is the capital city of Poland. It lies in the heartland of the historic region called Masovia on the Vistula River. The first fortified settlements on the site of today's Warsaw were Bródno in the 9th and 10th century, and Jazdów in the 12th and 13th century. After Jazdów was raided, a new similar settlement was established on the site of a small village called Warszowa. In the beginning of the 14th century it became one of the seats of the Dukes of Masovia, becoming the capital of Masovia in 1413. The duchy was incorporated into the Polish Crown in 1526. Warsaw became a metropolis of the newly created Poland after the dominion of Prussia and Imperial Russia at the end of the First World War.
The most favourite tourist attraction is the Old Town which is inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. You can find there stone houses with coloured facades, ancient city walls, barbican (a fortified outpost or gateway, which was used for defensive purposes) and St. John's Cathedral. At the entrance to the Old Town stands the Royal Castle which is a royal palace and official residence of the Polish monarchs. Old Town is also a busy place with traditional restaurants, shops and cafés.
Warsaw offers its visitors interesting museums and galleries, National Museum or Frederick Chopin Museum. Royal Baths is a complex of little palaces from the 18th century, surrounded by a park with a lake and theater.
Palace of culture and science, sometimes called as a "gift from peoples of the Soviet Union", is a dominant feature of the city and the most well-known and well-preserved historic building of socialist realism.
On the bank of the Vistula River, in the Praga borough, stands the 10th-Anniversary Stadium, which was built in 1955. It was for decades one of the largest in Poland and during the biggest festivals organized there it accommodated more than 100,000 spectators.
Warsaw underwent important development of infrastructure and began constructing high-rise buildings and commercial centers. Narrow lanes were substituted by modern avenues and pedestrian precincts.
Public transport in Warsaw serves the city with buses, tramways, and metro. The Warsaw Metro is one of Europe's newest metro systems and Poland's first (and the only one so far).

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