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The capital of Poland, which has almost disappeared during the Second World War, is the center of economy, culture, education and art, or a city with stunning architecture where historic, architecturally valuable buildings and modern skyscrapers mingle. All this is Warsaw, a city with unique atmosphere.
What to see in Warsaw?
The capital of Poland and the seat of kings, which almost disappeared during the Second World War. Warsaw, however, literally rose from the ashes, and at a time when other major centers celebrate the anniversary of their founding, it is just beginning to look into the future. And believe us, it will be worthwhile.
The Palace of Culture and Science is a very controversial dominant of the city. On the 30th floor you'll find a viewing platform - and as the Poles themselves like to say, it is from this place where you can enjoy the most beautiful view of Warsaw - because the building itself cannot be seen.