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Used for collecting the toll for entering the city..
Used for collecting the toll for entering the city.
Built in 1825, it was the first monument in Poland to honor anonymous workers (instead of famous national heroes)
Directly across the street from Stadium Narodowy, this park with a lake isn't as well known as some of the others, nonetheless a pleasant park for a stroll or to read a book
Saska Kępa is a mostly residential neighborhood that is freckled with numerous embassies, but is unique for the cozy cafes and restaurants that line one its most well-known streets, ul
The Memorial of the Brotherhood of Arms at the intersection of al
One of two Orthodox churches in Warsaw
In particular The Jewish Mikvah built in 1840 at ul
A park that's good for a stroll