Swietojanska Street (St John's Street, former Grodzka Street) is one of the most representative streets of the Old Town. ... More
Swietojanska Street (St John's Street, former Grodzka Street) is one of the most representative streets of the Old Town. Overshadowed by the huge building of St John's Cathedral and the neighboring Jesuit Church of Our Lady the Merciful, it's always crowded with street merchants, clowns, showmen of all sorts and, of course, tourists. Two narrow, secluded passages in between tall tenement houses lead to the parallel Piwna (Beer) Street. While walking trough those passages you may peep into quiet backyards with their small-town-like life.
Malachowski Square (named in homage to the memory of Stanislaw Malachowski, the Marshall of the Polish Parliament in the 18th
century, and co author of the first, Polish constitution) is really hardly a square. Dominated by the building of ...
This Baroque Palace, situated in the eastern part of Lazienki Park, was built in stages in the years 1775 1784.
It was a present from King Stanislaw to his nephew, Prince Joseph Poniatowski. It was one of the few ...
Ulica Chmielna (literally 'Hops Street') was developed along with Ulica Nowy during the 18th century. Before World War II, the
street was crowded with theaters, restaurants and cafes. Under Communism, it was renamed Ulica Henryka Rutkowskiego and was known ...
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