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Grzegorz Turnau - Znów Wędrujemy Live
Tue,29 Nov 2022

Grzegorz Turnau - Znów Wędrujemy Live

Grzegorz Turnau

    Therion + Support
    Wed,30 Nov 2022

    Therion + Support

    Therion

      Duckwrth
      Wed,30 Nov 2022

      Duckwrth

        Lost Frequencies
        Thu,1 Dec 2022

        Lost Frequencies

          TWO LANES
          Fri,2 Dec 2022

          TWO LANES

          • electronic
          Two Lanes
          Fri,2 Dec 2022

          TWO LANES

          • electronic
          Bakermat
          Fri,2 Dec 2022

          Bakermat

            Dżem
            Fri,2 Dec 2022

            Dżem

              nothing,nowhere. - nowa data
              Sat,3 Dec 2022

              nothing,nowhere. - nowa data

              nothing,nowhere.

                nothing,nowhere. , support: sadeyes, guccihighwaters - nowa data
                Sat,3 Dec 2022

                nothing,nowhere. , support: sadeyes, guccihighwaters - nowa data

                nothing,nowhere.

                  Beth Hart
                  Sat,3 Dec 2022

                  Beth Hart

                    Beth Hart
                    Sat,3 Dec 2022

                    Beth Hart

                      Discover Warsaw

                      Warsaw (Polish: Warszawa) is Poland's capital and largest city, with 1.7 million inhabitants. It is on the Vistula River (Polish: Wisła) in the middle of the country. Warsaw's history of rapid development after many wars that ravaged and destroyed the city has earned it a reputation as a "phoenix city", able to recreate itself from the ruins and regain its erstwhile glory every time. During the Second World War, it suffered a fate similar to Rotterdam and Dresden in that it was almost completely razed, although in the case of Warsaw it was a much more tragic story of successive destruction and defeat. Due to the great efforts of its surviving inhabitants and, indeed the entire nation, it was rebuilt from a field of rubble, with its historic core recreated, but much of its heritage was lost. Warsaw also had one of the largest Jewish populations in Europe, which for the most part perished during the war, making Warsaw an important place of Holocaust remembrance. Today, Warsaw is a bustling metropolis and one of the European Union's fastest-developing capitals and the Union's ninth most populous urban centre. It has a mixture of new and old in its eclectic architectural mix, and is constantly changing. While sprawling, it is quite easy to navigate for tourists thanks to a good public transit system, and most important sights are quite close to each other. There is no shortage of accommodation options and a wide choice of restaurants and bars. Warsaw's nightlife is also on the rebound, and a reborn cafe culture has taken over the city. There is a large variety of museums, galleries and other tourist attractions, and there is always something happening throughout the year.

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