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GoPoland!: Where to Go: Warsaw: Sights: Then and Now
Warsaw
Eastside
Looking out of the Palace of Culture, you'll see the east side of Marszalkowska street, the Vistula Valley, and the Praga district just over the river.
PKO
Rotunda
Just a bit south of that view stands the landmark PKO Rotunda - a popular meeting place among the young - which anchors the junction of Marszalkowska and Al. Jerozolimski.
Constitution
Square
Heading south on Marszalkowska, you'll come to Constitution Square...
Warsaw
Central
Train Station
...or heading west on Al. Jerozolimskie, you'll come to the central train station. Note the traffic-clogged streets and take a train instead.
Catch
a Tram!
Or, take a tram. Trams have traversed Warsaw's streets for almost a century, but don't expect to see any that look like this today.
or,
Ride the
Metro
Another option is the new metro system, but it runs only one line, so don't expect the convenience of the Paris counterpart.
The
Polish
Parliament
If the public transportation didn't excite you enough, visit the public servants at the Polish Parliament (Sejm) on Wiejska St.
The
National
Theater
For something musical, visit Europe's largest stage housed in the National Theater built by Carazzin in the 19th century.
Assembly
Hall
Warsaw Technical University
And yet another sight is inside the main building of the Warsaw Technical University; its assembly hall is breath-taking.
Sluzewiec
Racetrack
If you want to see a little racing while in Warsaw, visit the Sluzewiec Racetrack.

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