Museum of the History of Polish Jews

Polish Jews first arrived as merchants and became an integral part of the nation only to be devastated in WW2.

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Royal Castle
This is a replica of the official residence of the Polish monarchs, the original was destroyed in WW2.
Warsaw Old Town Square
Experience the striking mixture of architectural styles in one of the most beautiful squares in Warsaw.
King Sigismund Column
This vast monument was built by the son of the emperor who proclaimed Warsaw the capital of Poland.
St. John's Cathedral
The only archcathedral of the three cathedrals of Warsaw, built in the 14th century in a Masovian Gothic style.
Saxon Gardens
The Saxon Gardens were built in a French Baroque style in the 1727, before famous parks such as Versaille.
Warsaw Uprising Museum
This museum showcases the story of the Warsaw uprising when the Polish resistance stood up to the Nazi occupation.

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