The Palace of Culture and Science in Warsaw

The Palace of Culture and Science in Warsaw

Warsaw is no longer a cold city without cultural activities as it was under communism. Today the Polish capital has undergone a visible transformation process: the downtown was restored and the old buildings have been replaced by skyscrapers blocks. Warsaw is an amazing city, full of contrasts and will not leave you indifferent. Palaces, churches, buildings with a unique architecture dominate the markets, parks and gardens of Warsaw. The tallest building of Poland and the eighth among the... [ read more ]

Discover Warsaw, a City of Old and New

Discover Warsaw, a City of Old and New

One of the largest and liveliest capitals in Europe, Warsaw is particularly interesting for its unique mix of old and new. While the historic center of the city, now fully restored to its pre-WWII charm, is rich in museums, palaces and inviting cafes, the business district witnesses the apparition of some futuristic glass and steel skyscraper or state of the art shopping center every few months. Its two contrasting sides: the ultra-modern centre and the old town constitute the unique charm o... [ read more ]

Palace of Culture and Science in Warsaw

Palace of Culture and Science in Warsaw

The tallest building in Poland and 8th tallest in the EU is the PKiN or the Pa?ac Kultury i Nauki/ The Palace of Culture and Science was originally the Joseph Stalin Palace of Culture and Science but when Stalin was revoked and 'destalinized', it remained only Palace of Culture and Science, now celebrating its 187th tallest building status in the world rank. Collegium Civitas The function that it serves today is as an exhibition center and office complex. It is 231 meters tall and it has a... [ read more ]