Attractions from Warsaw

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The National Museum (Warsaw)
Poland's greatest museum is the National Museum in Warsaw. It displays both work by Polish and foreign artists as well as impressive collections of Medieval artwork and archeological finds.
The Royal Way (Warsaw)
Lined by beautiful buildings and famous monuments, the main boulevard, the Royal Way, runs between the Lazienki Palace and the Royal Castle. Some of the many sights along the boulevard are: Copernicus and the equestrian statue of Jozef Poniatowski, both made by the Danish sculptor Bertel Thorvaldsen.
The Stare Miastro District (Warsaw)
The greatest attraction in Warsaw is the old town district, Stare Miastro, which was reconstructed between 1949 and 1963. The historical district has been carefully restored to its original appearance in the 17th and the 18th centuries.

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