An oasis in the city, just 400 meters from the Royal Route and the Polish parliament. It’s hidden and barely known even by locals.
The Finish Houses (Domki fińskie) is a small village of wodden houses given by Finland to Warsaw for workers of the Office of Reconstruction of Warsaw after World War II. For decades they were occupied by private residents but nowadays most of them is owned by the city.
It`s a center of local activism supporting all kind of activities: urban gardening, urban beekeeping, lectures about architectures, art exhibitions, concerts, garage sales, poetry workshops and more.
Address: bewteen streets: Jazdów, John Lennon,