The Market Square (Rynek Starego Miasta) is the key centre of Warsaw Old Town. Until 1817, when the town hall was destroyed, it was also the heart of the Polish metropolis political power. The surrounding buildings, reconstructed after the dreadful bombardments of World War II, still keep traces of the original fifteenth century structures of the rich apartments belonging to Polish merchants .
Old Town Market Place is the center and the oldest part of the Warsaw Old Town, Poland’s capital city. Also known as Rynek Starego Miasta, the market is well known for its unique traditional Polish restaurants, shops and cafes.... more Moreover, it’s one of the most important tourist attractions in the city of Warsaw. The market place was quoted in the UNESCO’s list of World Heritage Sites, as an exceptional example of near total reconstruction of a span of history that covers the 13th to 20th century. This place is amazing to visit along with the market square in the city.
All of Old Town is beautiful, not original though, as it had to be rebuilt after the Nazi vermin destroyed it. Because of this, it is quite inspirational. It is also beautiful. In summer, there are flowers everywhere. I can't... more wait to see it at Christmas (will be there Christmas 2012).