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The capital of Poland was rebuilt after World War II and continues to grow, with a flourishing arts scene and a mix of old and modern architecture.
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Admire the views from the terrace of the country’s tallest building, a controversial landmark that inspires mixed feelings from Polish citizens.
Visit this striking 19th-century building, one of Warsaw’s principal centers of art and culture.
Stroll through the avenues and palaces of this historic academic institution, which has fostered two centuries of learning in Poland.
Join Warsaw’s local residents for an afternoon strolling along shady paths and watching scampering squirrels in this beautiful public park.
Take a tour of this symbolic building, home to the Polish national football team and an important center for sports and culture in Warsaw.
Reflect on the defining moment in Warsaw’s modern history at this moving monument, a tribute to the city’s Home Army, who fought tirelessly for their city.
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