The communists kindly restored most of the historial places of Warsaw astonishing the Western Europe and the people of Warsaw.
The fact of building a «new» Warsaw was roughly critisized by some people, they never believed the city could become the same 'Old Warsaw', though the fate of reconstruction stroke most of the European cities. But if you look closer, those refurbished buildings are so faithful to the originals – there are no time marks on their new shining facades.
The reconstruction of Warsaw was noted by addind the city to the list of The UNESCO World Heritage places in 1980.
Warsaw is situated on the banks of the Wisla (or Vistula) river in the central-east of Poland.
If you wold like to see most of the beautiful historical places you should visit the left bank of the river. On the opposite side there is a glamorouus part of the city called Praga district.
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