Warsaw (Warszawa) is the capital city of Poland since 1596 which located in the east-central part of the country. There are many architectural sources in the city. The building around this city was build during the end of the 13th century when World War II periods. The architecture in here were damage during the end of World War II before but now is completely restored and become declared a UNESCO World Heritage site because of the beautiful remains on architectural of an ancient place.
Poland’s native language is Polish belonging to the group of West Slavic languages. In Warsaw and Poland’s major cities, you will discover quickly that the English language is relatively widely spoken.
Where to go:
- The Royal Castle in Warsaw
- Warsaw Old Town
- Łazienki Park
- Palace of Culture and Science
- Museum of King Jan III’s Palace at Wilanów
3. Łazienki Park
Łazienki Park or Royal Baths Park is the largest park in Warsaw, Poland, occupying 76 hectares of the city center. The park-and-palace complex lies in Warsaw’s central district on Ujazdów Avenue, which is part of the Royal Route linking the Royal Castle with Wilanów Palace to the south. By Wikipedia
5. Museum of King Jan III’s Palace at Wilanów
Wilanów Palace or Wilanowski Palace is a royal palace located in the Wilanów district, Warsaw. The history of the Wilanow Palace, a wonderful Baroque royal residence, began on April 23, 1677, when a village became the property of King John Sobieski III. At the beginning, the residence built there was small. Augustyn Locci, the king’s court architect, received the task of creating only a ground floor residence of a layout typical for the buildings of the Republic of Poland. However, military successes and an increase of the importance of royalty in the coming years had a huge influence on expanding the initial project. Huge construction works were conducted in the years 1677-1696. After completion, the building comprised of elements of a nobility house, an Italian garden villa and a French palace in the style of Louis XIV. After the death of the King, the Palace became the property of his sons, and in 1720, a run down property was purchased by one of the wealthiest women in Poland of those days – Elizabeth Sieniawska. In 1730, the Palace, for three years, was owned by king August II the Strong, who made considerable changes in the residence, particularly as far as the internal décor is concerned.Wilanów Palace or Wilanowski Palace is a royal palace located in the Wilanów district, Warsaw. By wilanow-palac.pl