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Warsaw Landmarks and Historic sites

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1 National Temple of Divine Providence
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The Vatican might be the world’s most important Catholic gathering in the world, but the National Temple of Divine Providence in Warsaw doesn’t lag too much behind, as it is considered to be the most important Catholic...

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2 The Grand Theater
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Looking back at history, Warsaw has seen its fair share of drama, but the Grand Theater in Warsaw is the city’s premier cultural building and a must for your visit to the Polish capital.  Located in the historic...

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Address: Theatre Square 1 + Share


3 St. Mary's Church
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The Church of the Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary (or St. Mary’s Church for short) is Warsaw’s oldest surviving building and one of the few surviving examples of Gothic architecture in the Polish capital. ...

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4 Royal Castle
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The Royal Castle is a castle residency and was the official residence of kings, president and dukes. Royal Castle is the biggest attraction for tourists in Warsaw. ...

Reviewed by: Akhil
Address: plac Zamkowy 4 + Share


5 Warsaw University of Technology
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This place is the reason why Poland has so many talented computer programmers in the country (and hackers too).  The Warsaw University of Technology is one of the leading institutes of technology in Central Europe with over...

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Address: Plac Politechniki 1, Warszawa, Poland + Share


6 Lazienki Palace
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If you make your way to the fabulous Lazienki Park in Warsaw, you can’t miss its grand palace in the park.  Lazienki Palace is a neoclassical palace in the middle of the Royal Baths Park that was...

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7 Sejm in Warsaw
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  The Sejm (or the Polish Parliament) has a history that goes back to the late middle ages.  After being shifted around the country, the Sejm found it’s permanent place in Warsaw, when the city became...

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8 Sigismund Column
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Sigismund Column was erected in 1644 and is situated in Castle Square, Warsaw. Known as one of the most famous landmarks in Warsaw, it is one of the oldest secular monuments in northern Europe....

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Address: Castle Square, Warsaw + Share


9 St John Cathedral
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St John Cathedral is a Catholic church in Old Town in Warsaw and is also one of the three cathedrals in Poland. This is the main church of the Archdiocese of Warsaw and the oldest...

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Address: Ulica Swietojanska, 8, (Old Town), Warsaw, Poland + Share


10 Saxon Palace
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Saxon Place is located in Warsaw, Poland. It is one of the most distinctive buildings in Poland. The Saxon Place is one of the private places of the Morsztyn family. In...

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Holy Cross Church
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Church of the Holy Cross is a Roman Catholic Church located in downtown Warsaw on Krakowskie Przedmiescie. Initially built between 1682 to1857, it was...

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