Warsaw, a city of over 1.7 million inhabitants, located in the heart of Europe, has had a tempestuous history: nearly half a century of communism,massive destruction during World War II, and 120 years of being governed by hostile partitioning autthorities.
After 25 years of freedom, the capital of Poland has a lot to offer:a well-maintained walking trail around the historic part of town, interesing museums and galleries, a skyline with glazed skyscrapers in the City Centre, parks in nearly every district, promenades and beaches on the Vistula River banks, trendy clubs and restaurants.
Take a tour around lively and cheerful Warsaw of the 21st century.
Jerzy Stanisław Majewski
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