Warsaw may not be your typical ‘beautiful city’ as some other Central European capitals are famous for, but if you give it a chance and are prepared to explore it’s inner beauty, you will realize it’s a city full of energy. Ninety percent of the city was destroyed during WW2, and the Warsaw you will see today is still a result of the vast damage it suffered during the war, especially after the reconstruction of its architecture. Even the famous ‘Old Town’ is actually fairly ‘new’ as it’s only about 40 years only, but due to its amazing reconstruction it has reserved a place on UNESCO’s list of World Heritage Sites.
There is also one thing about Warsaw most guides don't mention - beautifully maintained parks and gardens.
Isn't it just simply beautiful when it's full of colors?
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