Relax in the Gardens of the Royal Castle in Warsaw

The final effect of the restoration of the Lower Garden at the Royal Castle is absolutely stunning! This is the last step of the post-war reconstruction of the Old Town in Warsaw which is inscribed o...

Jewish Dormitory

This building was designed by Henryk Stifelman in Polish Renaissance style. The letters “AAJ” on its facade means “Auxilium Academicum Judaicum” –  the Jewish Dormitory. When the Jewish o...

A Pearl of Polish Baroque: Visitationists Church

Church of St. Joseph of the Visitationists is known commonly as the Visitationists Church. It`s a pearl of the Warsaw Baroque period, and one of the greatest in Poland. The Visitationists (Salesian S...

University of Warsaw, the Largest University in Poland

The beginning of the Warsaw University is related to the Law School which opened in 1808 and the School of Medicine created one year later. Both schools later were included as faculties of the Univer...

Visit the Surviving St. Ann`s Church in Warsaw

St. Ann Church in Warsaw is one of the few surviving buildings in this area of Warsaw. There is no other building in Warsaw which includes so many different architectural styles. It contains even Got...

Poster Museum in Wilanów

If you come to the Polish capital you should visit Wilanów, a great summer residence of King of Poland John III Sobieski. If you are also interested in modern art, you will really like the Poster Mus...

Palace of Culture and Science in Warsaw

The giantic Palace of Culture and Science was built in three years between 1952 and 1955. It was Joseph Stalin’s idea as “a gift of the Soviet people to the Polish nation.”  The bui...