Warsaw – capital of Poland, is located in Eastern Europe, on the Vistula River. Its population is 1.8 million. Nowadays Warsaw – a mixture of different architectural styles. During the war, the old town was almost completely destroyed and restored only after the war. In recent decades, the city panorama enriched by modern skyscrapers and business centers.
1. The business center of Warsaw. At the front of the planets building of the railway station “Warszawa Centralna”
2. Street Emilii Plater
3. The left is a glazed roof of trade center “Zlote tarasy” (“Golden terraces”)
4. 40-story skyscraper Rondo 1
6. View from the street Swietokrzyska
8. Under construction 54-storey skyscraper Zlota 44
9. National Stadium – the football stadium, built in 2011. Capacity of the new stadium of 64,500 people, it is equipped with a sliding roof that can turn it into a sports and concert hall.
10. Castle Square. The central historical area of ??Warsaw. Before the destruction of Warsaw in 1944, Castle Square was one of the busiest areas of the capital.
11. Hotel “Novotel”
12. Rondo 1
13. InterContinental Warszawa Hotel (Hotel Intercontinental Warsaw)
14. Residents of nearby houses were protesting against the building because the building would conceal the sunlight. Ultimately, however, an agreement was reached with the residents, and the project was changed on the new project the upper part of the building was on the column, thereby freeing up space for sunlight.
15. The Palace of Culture and Science (Palac Kultury i Nauki). The tallest building in Poland.
16. Built on the model of “Stalin’s skyscrapers” as a gift to the Polish people of the Soviet Union (built by the Soviet money by Soviet builders).
17. The Palace of Culture and Science, built in 1955, and by 1957 it was the tallest building in Europe.
18. The author of the project – a Soviet architect Lev Rudnev. The building is a mixture of Art Deco style, socialist realism and the Polish historicism.
19. In the Palace of Culture and Science in 1967, the group performed “Rolling Stones”. It was the first leading Western rock bands in a socialist country.
20. In 2000, the Twin Towers were built in clock, and it was then the world’s tallest building with a clock.
21. On the 30th floor of the building (at an altitude of 114 meters), there is an observation deck.
22. Warsaw Marriott Hotel and Oxford Tower
23. Krakowskie Przedmiescie
25. Cosmopolitan building construction
26. Cable-stayed bridge over the Vistula
27. Grzybowski Square
28. Generala Wladyslawa Andersa
29. Warsaw Central Station. Platform and path are in the underground hall.
31. TP SA Tower
33. Warsaw Financial Center (Warsaw Financial Center)
34. The Church of St. Barbara
35. Construction of the metro station at the new (second) branch
36. Russian Centre of Science and Culture in Warsaw and Trade Representation of the Russian Federation
37. Crossroads Zelazna and Chlodna
38. At this point in 1942, built a wooden pedestrian bridge connecting the two parts of the Warsaw ghetto (large and small ghetto). Under the bridge is the street Chlodna (Cold), which has been ruled out of the ghetto because of its main roles. Warsaw Ghetto – Jewish ghetto created by the Nazis during the occupation of Poland. During the existence of the ghetto of its population declined from 450,000 to 37,000 people.
39. And this was a typical building in Warsaw in 80th