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Lwowska: Architecture Spotlight
Designed by Arthur E. Gurney, the tenement sitting on the corner of Lwowska has grown to become one of the architectural jewels of the city center – and a fine example of ‘the Best of British’… Some have likened it to a Disney castle, yet for even more the... Read more
The Right Track: Warsaw’s Historic Tram Lines
Works on Plac Trzech Krzyży in September were briefly paused after a pre-war cobbled pavement was unearthed underneath the asphalt, as well as fragments of a tram track that once ran down the street. Impressed by the nature of its condition, the Conservator of Monuments immediately announced plans on... Read more
Falling For The Autumn Vibe
As Warsaw enters its most visually entrancing period, the hunt is on for the perfect wardrobe to complement theseason’s changing moods and colors – to find the answers, look no further than Designer Outlet Warszawa.   Designer Outlet Warszawa Read more
Warsaw Gallery Weekend
The annual festival of contemporary art is back this weekend. While modern art can often be controversial, with 33 private art galleries around Warsaw opening their doors, one is sure to find an exhibition or event that fits in with their personal level of sensitivity.  Worthy of note are the panel discussions, a number of which are... Read more
Warsaw’s Top Coffee Spots
Although International Coffee Day still lies a couple of days away, it’s actually today that Poles celebrate their love of the humble bean. With residents now spoiled for choice, the coffee revolution hasn’t looked back since a coffee trader by the name of Tomasz Obracaj entered the scene to... Read more
Plac Defilad Going Green
With a tender to find a contractor already announced, further plans have been revealed to transform Pl. Defilad into an urban oasis. Currently seen as one of Poland’s worst examples of ‘concrete-osis’, the grey tundra surrounding the Palace of Culture is in the process of undergoing a metamorphosis, thanks... Read more
Goodbye Summer, Hello Weekend!
Officially, summer finished yesterday, but for those wanting one last hurrah this weekend offers plenty of opportunities to do so… Chopin In The Park Łazienki Park First organized in 1959, the Sunday piano concerts that occur under the shadow of the Chopin monument in Łazienki Park have become one... Read more
In Remembrance: Queen Elizabeth II
President Andrzej Duda was among the world leaders in attendance as Britain laid Queen Elizabeth II to rest. Viewed by a global audience in excess of four billion, the ceremony was also followed closely by millions in Poland. However, this was not the first time that Her Majesty had... Read more
Coming Soon: Bernardo Bellotto
Also known as Canaletto, this September sees the debut of an exhibition in The Royal Castle in Warsaw honoring 300 years of Bernardo Bellotto…  To celebrate what would have been Bernardo Bellotto’s 300th birthday, two museums have joined forces to organize an exhibition presenting the creative path and achievements... Read more
Books: Zielona Warszawa

Books: Zielona Warszawa

Features 15 September 2022 0

A new guidebook twists Warsaw on its head with its fresh perspective on the city we thought we knew… It is not always easy seeing past the city’s concrete skin – ask visitors and residents alike what Warsaw’s defining color is, and the chances are that battleship grey would... Read more

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