Warsaw - or Warsawa in Polish, is considered to be one of the youngest capital urban centers in Europe. With more than 1.6 million residents, Warsaw is a large, bustling city that stands out in size and status, for it is a vibrant metropolis that plays a major role in political, scientific and university circles throughout Poland. Virtually destroyed during Wold War II, Warsaw rose from the ashes to become an example of a solid, post-war urban renewal dream. Several historic landmarks were meticulously rebuilt amidst the new, modern urban landscape that marked the new Warsaw - a landscape that today blends symbols of the Stalin era with recent, innovative architectural designs. Visiting Warsaw is like discovering a blending world of cultural, social and economic mixes. Warsaw is a city marked by its past. It is also a city that proudly stands behind its history, its vibrancy and its stunning, vivacious spirit. Sumptuous and irresistible The Old City, entirely rebuilt on its original ...
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