The Warsaw Zoological Garden

The Warsaw Zoological Garden

Stretching over an area of ​​40 hectares near the Ratuszowa street in Warsaw the Warsaw Zoological Garden gives home to over 4,000 animals representing more than 500 species. Visited by 600,000 people annually, the Zoo officially opened its doors on the 11st of March in 1928, although since the 17th century there were a few private menageries that were sometimes opened to the public. Unfortunately the Warsaw Zoo was bombed in 1939 and therefor many animals have died. After Warsaw surr... [ 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Nauki/ The Palace of Culture and Science was originally the Joseph Stalin Palace of Culture and Science but when Stalin was revoked and 'destalinized', it remained only Palace of Culture and Science, now celebrating its 187th tallest building status in the world rank.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 ]