Constitution Square is the heart of the MDM housing development. Originally named for the sham constitution promulgated by ... More
Constitution Square is the heart of the MDM housing development. Originally named for the sham constitution promulgated by the Red Army in Lublin in 1944, today it keeps its original name in reference to the Constitution of 3 May 1791, Europe's first Constitution and the world's second, after the U.S. constitution. Note the monumental lamps at the square's southern end, and the friezes on the facades of the buildings on the northern end of the square. If you continue on Marszalkowska Street immediately after the square, there are eight gigantic friezes of ideal socialist workers on the facades on both sides of the street.
If you look to your left as you enter Plac Zamkowy (Castle Square) you will see the remains of a
fourteenth century protective wall. As you cross the square you will notice the bricks under foot continue the line ...
The University of Warsaw was established in 1816 by merging two existing schools to form a university comprising of five
departments; Theology, Law and Administration, Medicine, Philosophy and Fine Arts and Science. Its buildings are located all along Krakowskie ...
The Little Market (Maly Rynek), situated a block from the Main Market Square is one of the most picturesque places
in Krakow. Lined with beautiful tenement houses, this quiet and set back place was used in the Middle Ages ...