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Beautifully revitalized old warehouse turned into a cluster of fashionable bars and restaurants. Definitely worth visiting in the weekend evenings.
Bustling, renovated market hall for trendy restaurants & boutiques, street food & cultural events.
Beautiful market hall with restaurants and a bar. Best food (mexican) in Gringo Bar.
a plethora of delicious restaurants and chic bars in one place - an absolute ‘must see’ for foodies
Foodcourt and Shopping / 18 Restaurants concept / 11 Groceries & service premices Food Market
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“The Museum is a modern institution of culture - it is a historical museum which presents the 1000 years of Jewish life in the Polish lands. It is also a place of meeting and dialogue among those who wish to explore the past and present Jewish culture, those eager to draw conclusions for the future from Polish-Jewish history, and finally those who are ready to face the stereotypes and oppose xenophobia and nationalistic prejudices that threaten today’s societies. By promoting the ideas of openness, tolerance and truth, POLIN Museum contributes to the mutual understanding and respect among Poles and Jews. In 2016, POLIN Museum won the title of the European Museum of the Year Award (EMYA 2016). POLIN Museum rose up to the challenge of creating an engaging and persuasive core exhibition without a substantial collection of artefacts. The programme of temporary exhibitions, educational activities, conferences, academic and artistic residences make the Museum a vibrant platform for dialogue and spreading the knowledge on Jewish history and heritage – reads the EMYA Jury statement.”
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“This vast park is a favourite place for Varsovians where they go for long walks amid beautiful nature and architecture to rest. At the park is the summer residence of the last king of Poland – Stanisław August Poniatowski. The name of the complex comes from the seventeenth-century bathhouse of a Polish nobleman, rebuilt in the 18th century into a palace. Here, in the Palace on the Island, King Stanisław August Poniatowski hosted his famous Thursday dinners, to which he invited scholars and poets to discuss the issues of the day. Today it is a museum where you can admire paintings from the royal collections.”
- 198 lokale anbefaler
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“Fancy place with street food where you can eat and buy anything you can imagine :)”
- 12 lokale anbefaler
“Modern, interactive muzeum presenting the most dramatic moment in Warsaw history. No. 1 Museum to see in Warsaw.”
- 164 lokale anbefaler