Warsaw New Town

 

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Warsaw New Town
The New Town was founded at the turn of the 15th century and was reconstructed after the last war in its shape from the 18th and 19th century. It was destroyed in 80% during the Second World War and reconstructed in the 1950s with architecture relating to the style of the 18th and 19th centuries.


Like the Old Town, it is one of the quarters of the city most frequently visited by both Varsovians and tourists alike. New Town today has a unique atmosphere given by reconstructed townhouses, numerous monuments, statues, churches as well as restaurants, cafes and shops.



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