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Palace of Culture and Science

The Palace of Culture and Science (Polish: Pa艂ac Kultury i Nauki; abbreviated PKiN) is a notable high-rise building in central Warsaw, Poland. With a total height of 237 metres (778 ft) it is the second tallest building in both Warsaw and Poland after Varso, the 6th-tallest building in the European Union (including spire) and one of the tallest on the European continent.

Rating 4
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Copernicus Science Centre

Copernicus Science Centre (Polish: Centrum Nauki Kopernik) is a science museum standing on the bank of the Vistula River in Warsaw, Poland. It contains over 450 interactive exhibits that enable visitors to single-handedly carry out experiments and discover the laws of science for themselves.

Rating 4.5
Reviews 3062
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Fryderyk Chopin Museum

The Fryderyk Chopin Museum (Polish: Muzeum Fryderyka Chopina) is a museum in Warsaw, Poland, established in 1954 and dedicated to Polish composer Fr茅d茅ric Chopin. Since 2005, the Museum has been operated by the Fryderyk Chopin Institute.

Rating 4
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Zlote Tarasy

The Z艂ote Tarasy (Golden Terraces) is a commercial, office, and entertainment complex in the center of Warsaw, Poland, located next to the Warszawa Centralna railway station between the Jana Paw艂a II and Emilii Plater streets. It opened on 7 February 2007.

Rating 4.5
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Palace on the Island

The Palace on the Isle (Polish: Pa艂ac Na Wyspie), also known as Baths Palace (Polish: Pa艂ac 艁azienkowski), is a classicist palace in Warsaw's Royal Baths Park, the city's largest park, occupying over 76 hectares of the city center. From 1674 the property and the nearby Ujazd贸w Castle belonged to Count Stanis艂aw Herakliusz Lubomirski, who commissioned a Baroque bath house called "艁azienka", similarly to a number of other European historic sites, including England's city of Bath.

Rating 4.5
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University of Warsaw Library

The University of Warsaw Library (Polish: Biblioteka Uniwersytecka w Warszawie, BUW) is a library of the University of Warsaw, Poland.

Rating 4.5
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National Museum in Warsaw

The National Museum in Warsaw (Polish: Muzeum Narodowe w Warszawie), popularly abbreviated as MNW, is a national museum in Warsaw, one of the largest museums in Poland and the largest in the capital. It comprises a rich collection of ancient art (Egyptian, Greek, Roman), counting about 11,000 pieces, an extensive gallery of Polish painting since the 16th century and a collection of foreign painting (Italian, French, Flemish, Dutch, German and Russian) including some paintings from Adolf Hitler's private collection, ceded to the Museum by the American authorities in post-war Germany.

Rating 4
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Saxon Gardens

The Saxon Garden (Polish: Ogr贸d Saski) is a 15. 5鈥揾ectare public garden in central (艢r贸dmie艣cie) Warsaw, Poland, facing Pi艂sudski Square.

Rating 4.5
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Museum of Technology

Muzeum Techniki w Warszawie is a museum in Warsaw, Poland. It was established in 1955.

Rating 3.5
Reviews 175
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Umschlagplatz

Umschlagplatz (German: collection point or reloading point) was the term used during The Holocaust to denote the holding areas adjacent to railway stations in occupied Poland where Jews from ghettos were assembled for deportation to Nazi death camps. The largest collection point was in Warsaw next to the Warsaw Ghetto.

Rating 4.5
Reviews 159
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Hala Mirowska

Hale Mirowskie, or Mir贸w Market Halls, are two enclosed food halls and markets located in the Mir贸w district of Warsaw, Poland. Constructed between 1899 and 1902, it was Warsaw's first major food hall complex and also the city's largest market.

Rating 4
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Monument to the Fallen and Murdered in the East

The Monument to the Fallen and Murdered in the East is a monument in Warsaw, Poland which commemorates the victims of the Soviet invasion of Poland during World War II and subsequent repressions. It was unveiled on 17 September 1995, on the 56th anniversary of the Soviet invasion of 1939.

Rating 4.5
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Nozyk Synagogue

The No偶yk Synagogue (Polish: Synagoga No偶yk贸w) is the only surviving prewar Jewish house of prayer in Warsaw, Poland. It was built in 1898-1902 and was restored after World War II.

Rating 4
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Polski Bus

PolskiBus was a Polish express coach operator. Owned by Brian Souter's Highland Global Transport, it commenced operating in June 2011.

Rating 2.5
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Krakowskie Przedmiescie

Krakowskie Przedmie艣cie (Polish pronunciation: [kra藞k蓴fsk什蓻 p蕚蓻d藞mj蓻蓵t汀蓵蓻], literally: Krak贸w suburb; French: Faubourg de Cracovie), often abbreviated to Krakowskie, is one of the best known and most prestigious streets of Poland's capital Warsaw, surrounded by historic palaces, churches and manor-houses. Krakowskie Przedmie艣cie Royal Avenue constitutes the northernmost part of Warsaw's Royal Route, and links the Old Town and Royal Castle (at Castle Square) with some of the most notable institutions in Warsaw, including 鈥 proceeding southward 鈥 the Presidential Palace, Warsaw University, and the Polish Academy of Sciences headquartered in the Staszic Palace.

Rating 4.5
Reviews 97
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Adam Mickiewicz Monument

Adam Mickiewicz Monument (Polish: Pomnik Adama Mickiewicza) is a monument dedicated to Adam Mickiewicz at the Krakowskie Przedmie艣cie in the 艢r贸dmie艣cie district of Warsaw, Poland. The Neo-Classicist monument was constructed in 1897鈥1898 by sculptor Cyprian Godebski.

Rating 4
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Museum of Military Technology

The Museum of Polish Military Technology (Polish: Muzeum Polskiej Techniki Wojskowej) is a military museum in the Mokot贸w district of Warsaw, Poland. It is a branch of the Polish Army Museum.

Rating 4.5
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Jewish Historical Institute

The Jewish Historical Institute (Polish: 呕ydowski Instytut Historyczny or 呕IH; Yiddish: 鈥徸欁欀醋撟欁┳⒆ 讛讬住讟讗指专讬砖注专 讗讬谞住讟讬讟讜讟), also known as the Emanuel Ringelblum Jewish Historical Institute, is a public cultural and research institution in Warsaw, Poland, chiefly dealing with the history of Jews in Poland and Jewish culture.

Rating 4
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Field Cathedral of the Polish Army

The Field Cathedral of the Polish Army (Polish: Katedra Polowa Wojska Polskiego, also known as the Church of Our Lady Queen of the Polish Crown) is the main garrison church of Warsaw and the representative cathedral of the entire Polish Army. In the past the church served a variety of communities and roles: it used to be the church of the Collegium Nobilium and in the 19th century was also turned into a Russian Orthodox church.

Rating 4
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Krasinski Palace

The Krasi艅ski Palace (Polish: Pa艂ac Krasi艅skich), also known as the Palace of the Commonwealth, is a reconstructed Baroque palace in Warsaw, Poland, on Krasi艅ski Square (Plac Krasi艅skich). Initially erected between 1677 and 1683 for the powerful Krasi艅ski family, it was heavily damaged during World War II and rebuilt in the mid-20th century.

Rating 4
Reviews 53

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