Nowhere bore the brunt of the Nazi malice more than the Old Town, an area included on UNESCO World Heritage List, and it’s here that you may want to start your tour of the city. The city’s defining landmark is definitely the fearsome Palace of Culture and Science, commissioned by Stalin as a ‘gift from the Soviet people with an astonishing height of 231 meters.
There is far more to Warsaw than its Old Town however, and one museum that demands to be visited is the Warsaw Uprising Museum. Across the river the Praga suburb is undergoing a long due revival, and its growing reputation as an artistic haven is evident in the cafes that have sprung up along the pre-war Zabkowska street.
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