Warsaw City Centre

 

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Warsaw City Centre
By “city centre” we mean the area between bordered by Jana Pawla II street from the west, Stawki street and Muranowska street from the north, Miodowa Street and Czackiego Street from the east and Aleje Jerozolimskie from the south.


This area is a commercial and cultural centre of Warsaw. Its principal landmark is the Palace of Culture and Science. Eastern side is probably most interesting for tourists, western is dominated by business tower blocks and hotels. Central and northern part is former Jewish Ghetto from the times of Second World War. Today’s city centre was built from scratch after the World War 2 and its architecture has typically modern style.



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