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#47 – Old City of Warsaw, POLAND

Warsaw has quaint squares surrounded by colourful buildings and alleys.

Poland has suffered much during WWII, but rose from the ashes to become a very pleasant city. The quaint old city squares are surrounded by colourful buildings, little restaurants, coffee shops, and warmly and welcoming Polish people. One of the bright spots in Easthern Europe!

Warsaw survived countless wars throughout its long history and is known for its palaces, aristocratic residences, mansions, royal gardens and grand parks. Warsaw survived countless wars throughout its long history and is known for its palaces, aristocratic residences, mansions, royal gardens and grand parks.

Warsaw survived countless wars throughout its long history and is known for its palaces, aristocratic residences, mansions, royal gardens and grand parks.

The above article appears in the December 2014 issue of Globerovers Magazine

Further Reading: Globerovers blog post on Poland