Courtyard Shrines Throughout Warsaw

There are hundreds of courtyard shrines with Virgin Mary throughout Warsaw, especially in the Praga Północ district. Most were created in 1943 by the Catholic residents of the buildings during severa...

“Ząbkowska 9 – Take Off” by Piotr Janowski

Another cool piece of public art in the Praga district: “Ząbkowska 9 – Take Off” by Piotr Janowski. The artist wrapped a 19th century, mostly abandoned tenement in aluminium foil. F...

Shrine/Kapliczka by Low Bros

Mural “Shrine/Kapliczka” was painted by Low Bros – Berlin based brothers Christoph and Florin Schmidt. Artists examine the contradictions associated with identity in a digital age. ...

Orthodox Cathedral of St. Mary Magdalene

The Orthodox Cathedral of St. Mary Magdalene was built in the 19th century when this part of Poland was part of the Russian Empire, during the times of Poland’s partitions. The Russian revival style ...

St. Florian`s Cathedral, Symbol of the Praga Północ

The most beautiful church in the Praga district of Warsaw. It was built in the beginning of 20th century in Neo-Gothic style. At this time Poland was not on the map after partitions between the Russi...

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...

Neon Museum

It`s the only neon museum in Europe, second in the World after Las Vegas Neon Museum. It`s small but worth to visit. It`s dedicated to preservation of Polish neon signs from cold war period. After fe...