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The Heart of Poland
A remarkable city built on hardship and history, it is now on one of Europe's fastest growing locations.
Warsaw is the largest city in Poland and its capital. The city was almost completely destroyed during WWII but a significant investment boom is the last few years has rejuvenated the city and it is quickly becoming a tourist friendly destination. The historic center of Warsaw constitutes an exception on UNESCO's World Cultural Heritage List. It's the only urban complex almost entirely reconstructed after total destruction in WWII to be put on the list showing the international community's great appreciation.
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Despite its past Warsaw has a lively art scene and is known as the country's cultural capital. Numerous theatres, cinemas and dozens of museums and galleries contribute to the city's rich and high-quality cultural offerings. The city never slows down as there are events and festivals of music, art, film and theater throughout the year. Warsaw also has a progressive culinary scene with a variety of international restaurants and cafes. Warsaw has it share of nightlife but venues are spread out and more upscale so expect face control.