MUST TO SEE
The facility Warsaw Uprising Museum documents the history of the Warsaw Uprising. It conducts scientific-research and educational establishment devoted to the history and the history and activities of the Polish Underground State. It is intended as a tribute to those who fought and died for the freedom of Poland and its capital, showing the next generations of Poles meaning of those events.
The Royal Palace in Warsaw, the Royal Wilanow, baroque, built in the years 1681-1696 for King Jan III Sobieski and Maria Kazimiera, designed by Augustine Locci, the side wings were added in the years 1723-1729 ; Palace Museum is housed King Jan III in Wilanow. In 1994 the palace complex in Wilanow Royal with Morysin was declared a historical monument. The palace and the surrounding park and buildings of architectural form kept unchanged, historic and artistic interest, despite the partitions, wars and occupation.
Large (68.54 ha) park complex near the center of Warsaw, located in three districts - Mokotów, Ochota and downtown.
The aim is to promote and popularize scientific communication. Visitors can learn about the laws of nature through self-experimentation on interactive exhibitions.
The tallest building in Poland (in terms of total) located in the city center of Warsaw on the Parade Square 1. From the observation deck extends clogging breathtaking panorama of Warsaw.
The old town was built on a slope, on the banks of the Vistula River tributary - the river Kamionka, next to the castle of the dukes of Mazovia built a few years earlier in place of the oldest parts of the current Royal Castle, north of the village Warsaw. Its origins date back to the thirteenth century. Then I was surrounded by a rampart, which at the end of the fourteenth century it was replaced by a fortified wall. He dragged himself from the Vistula embankment to the west, along today's Podwale to Piekarska, then next to the church. Martin up to the castle. It is believed that the founder of the city was Boleslaw II, Duke of Mazovia and Plock. Due to its favorable location on the trade route from the Black Sea to the Baltic, they settled in Old Warsaw mostly wealthy merchants. The residue of the Warsaw section of this road shopping street is today St. John's, Market and Nowomiejska.