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Many Poles call the capital the cultural heart of their homeland, because it was around it that Poland developed as a European state. However, history did not spoil Warsaw with a peaceful and peaceful life: 85% of the city’s buildings were destroyed during World War II. Also collapsed and the main attractions. But the years passed, and the main architectural values of the capital were restored. The Royal Castle was rebuilt – the heart of the Old Town …
Old Town (Starówka) – the pride of Warsaw!
The old town was founded in the 13th century, surrounded by city walls. With each century, it changed and reconstructed, until the Second World War, during which time it was completely destroyed. However, in the near future, all the buildings were carefully reconstructed, and the whole Starówka is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. Continue reading
Vilnius is famous for its chic baroque sights, but the most popular monuments are cathedrals and temples. The city also boasts its quiet, narrow streets and the unique atmosphere of the Middle Ages. The history of each street is overgrown with its legends and tales, which are very fond of curious tourists.
Gediminas Castle – the glorious landmark of Vilnius
Gediminas Castle is one of those buildings that have come down to us since the construction of the city itself. As early as the 13th century, it served as a defensive bastion and a prison, and now serves as the main attraction and center of Lithuanian tourism. The castle houses the Vilnius Themed Historical Museum and many archaeological finds. Gediminas Castle will be of interest to anyone who is interested in the past of this small country.
Cathedral. Vilnius Continue reading
In this article we have collected the best sights of New York, where you can relax, have fun, learn something new and just have a good time. It also features interesting museums, historical sites, cultural monuments and galleries. Our list includes such popular landmarks as the Empire State Building, the Brooklyn Bridge, the Statue of Liberty, as well as obscure landmarks, which are undeservedly ignored by most New Yorkers.
American Museum of Natural History – New York Pride Continue reading