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Park
“The royal park. MUST SEE Chopin concerts from June till September on Sundays”
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History Museum
“A place you can't miss! A real history lesson on the heroic struggle of the inhabitants of Warsaw during World War II. It is worth booking a few hours, because this place will attract you with its interactive propositions.”
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Museum
“The National Museum in Warsaw is home to over 800,000 exhibits of both Polish and worldwide art. They represent all epochs from antiquity to contemporary times, including paintings, sculptures, drawings, illustrations, photographs, numismatic items and objects of applied arts. *** Zbiory Muzeum Narodowego w Warszawie liczą ponad 830 tysięcy eksponatów - dzieł sztuki polskiej i światowej. Pochodzą one ze wszystkich epok, od antyku do współczesności, i obejmują malarstwo, rzeźbę, rysunki, ryciny, fotografie, numizmaty, a także przedmioty sztuki użytkowej.”
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Kasteel
“Since XVI Royal Castle was an official residence of the Polish monarchs. Currently it serves as a museum and place for official/national meetings.”
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History Museum
“ Warsaw is home to Poland’s most inspiring museums, which will give you a chance to learn about the country’s turbulent history, visual arts, classical music, science and more. POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews Building, History Museum Save to Wishlist Facebook Twitter Pinterest Email Copy link Share POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews | © Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland / Flickr Book Now Located on the former site of the Warsaw Ghetto in the Muranów district, the POLIN museum celebrates the history and heritage of the Jewish community in Poland. Designed by Finnish architect Rainer Mahlamäki, the modern glass, copper and concrete building houses a 43,000 sq ft permanent exhibition space with multimedia displays including reconstructed parts of historical Jewish synagogues, an interactive 3D model of Kracow and its Jewish neighbourhood of Kazimierz and a Holocaust gallery. There is also a kosher restaurant and café on-site.”
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Art Gallery
“The most influential art gallery in Warsaw. Every time there is something worth seeing. On Thursdays you enter for free.”
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Science Museum
“At Copernicus, you will find around 400 exhibits within our permanent and temporary exhibitions, as well as the Thinkatorium workshop space, and two theatres – the High Voltage Theatre and the Robotic Theatre. Admission to all the attractions listed below is included in the ticket to the Copernicus Science Centre.”
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Art Museum
“Located in the historical Ostrogski Castle, it is one of the few multimedia biographical museums in Europe. Among the exhibits you will find the composer's last piano and manuscripts of his letters and compositions.”
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Palace
“The palace at the southern end of the Royal Route came through the Second World War without a scratch. So Wilanów Palace is a rare glimpse of the majesty of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth before Poland was annexed by Prussia and Russia in the late-18th century. This palace was intended as a summer escape for King Jan III Sobieski towards the end of the 17th century, and has all the hallmarks of Baroque palace architecture, including a parterre with two terraces boasting topiaries, broderie and statues symbolising love. The exterior is laden with medallions, busts, statues and other Baroque ornamentation, while interior decor abounds with stuccowork, striking trompe-l’œil frescoes and chinoiserie. High points are the sumptuous White Hall, traced by mirrors, the King’s Library, the King’s Bedroom and the North Gallery, flanked by statues and with magnificent ceiling frescoes.”
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Museum
“A modern, world class museum telling a very important yet not widely recognised story of Polish and Jewish people living alongside for hundreds of years until tragic events of the IIWW. A visit to the museum will also tell history of Poland in the most engaging way.”
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Art Museum
“The Neon Muzeum is dedicated to the documentation and the preservation of Cold War era neon signs and electro-graphic design.”
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Museum
“The Presidential Palace in Warsaw (earlier names: Koniecpolskie, Radziwiłłów, Lubomirskich, Namiestnikowski, Council of Ministers) - a historic palace in Śródmieście district at ul. Krakowskie Przedmieście 46/48. In the years 1918-1939, the official seat of the Council of Ministers and the Prime Minister. From 1994, the official seat of the President of the Republic of Poland. The Presidential Palace is the largest palace in Warsaw. The monumental building, located between the Carmelite church and the Bristol hotel, consists of a four-storey main body and two two-storey side wings. It was repeatedly rebuilt. He obtained his present external appearance at the beginning of the 19th century.”
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Museum
“Our favourite contemporary art gallery. The temporary seat of the Museum of Modern Art is a beautiful modernist pavilion of the former furniture store “Emilia”. ”
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History Museum
“Next to National Museum, with outside expo of tanks, planes etc. from II WW.”
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Palace
“The Royal Park. The biggest and most beautiful park in Warsaw. You can meet there a lot of squirrels and peachocs.”
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History Museum
“A unique place with stereoscopic photography displayed by a huge pre-war machine. You can see here the beauty of Warsaw before WW2. ”
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