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The golden Warsaw of yesteryear and today

The golden Warsaw of yesteryear and today

From its very outset, Złota street, or, appropriately Gold street in English, attracted attention with its unequalled appearance and atmosphere. Let us take a short trip through the history of this extraordinary locality.

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Enchanted Warsaw – capital draped in holiday finery

Enchanted Warsaw – capital draped in holiday finery

In late November and early December cities around the world immerse themselves in fairy tale scenery. Even if the streets are not covered in white or the landscape does not bring winter to mind, myriads of coloured lights begin to shine, conjuring up fancy holiday shapes. For many years Warsaw has emanated a sense of enchantment during the holiday season – the capital of Poland looks great this year too.

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“I remember the old Warsaw very well” – Eugeniusz Tyrajski at ZŁOTA 44

“I remember the old Warsaw very well” – Eugeniusz Tyrajski at ZŁOTA 44

“Youth. There is nothing more beautiful than youth” – wrote Witold Gombrowicz in Ivona, Princess of Burgundia. But what if youth coincides with wartime? Then it gives the strength to fight.

Recently an extraordinary man visited ZŁOTA 44: Mr Eugeniusz Tyrajski, nicknamed “Sęk” or “Genek”, a soldier of the Polish Underground State, member of the “Grey Ranks” and the Home Army, participant of the Warsaw Uprising, a native of Warsaw. He was 13 when the Second World War broke out.

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Warsaw – the city that rose from the ashes

Warsaw – the city that rose from the ashes

Many foreigners visiting Warsaw find it hard to believe that the city which was so heavily devastated during the war now – after 70 years – enjoys such a glamorous and glorious existence. It is not a coincidence that Warsaw is often called the Phoenix. Likewise, it is no coincidence that Daniel Libeskind designed Złota 44 the way he did. Both the architecture of the capital and the form of Złota 44 are rooted in the tragic history of the city.

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The most beautiful face of Warsaw’s summer

The most beautiful face of Warsaw’s summer

Although – as Polish poet Juliusz Słowacki said – there is sun is in every man, nearly everyone longs to see a bright sun in the sky. Summer days tend to connote leisure outside the city, but Varsovians increasingly often find that summer in the city may be appealing as well.

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Warsaw in spring bloom

Warsaw in spring bloom

Cities are said to be at the opposite end of the spectrum from the natural world – they tend to connote scarcity or indeed absence of nature. Intuitively, most people would agree with this opinion, but a look at the statistics is enough to realise that facts are different. If green areas are the lungs of the city, the capital definitely has something to breathe with – Warsaw’s green space covers almost 20 thousand hectares.

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Grow with Warsaw – Polish capital at the MIPIM 2016 show

Grow with Warsaw – Polish capital at the MIPIM 2016 show

To an average person, Cannes brings to mind the Côte d’Azur and the famous film festival. However, representatives of the real estate sector may think otherwise as to them Cannes is a venue for annual business meetings. This is where the renowned MIPIM international real estate show takes place, with a myriad of prestigious events and discussions with outstanding figures from the world of business.

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The Glitz and Glamour of Yesteryear’s Warsaw

The Glitz and Glamour of Yesteryear’s Warsaw

ZŁOTA 44 is a symbol of comfort, an icon of sophisticated design and a paragon of amenities that make daily life easier. Throughout its history, Warsaw has had many such symbols, and their definition evolved with changing eras, fashions and historical twists. Here are just a few examples of lavishly decorated or modern Warsaw buildings whose fame extended beyond Poland.

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Warsaw – the Green Capital

Warsaw – the Green Capital

Urban green space is one of the highest values of Warsaw. With its nearly 80 parks, cosy green squares and home gardens Warsaw is among the greenest European capitals, next to Stockholm and Copenhagen. The Łazienki Park complex, the Ujazdów Park, the Krasińscy Park or the Mokotów Fields are only some of the popular green enclaves in the very heart of the city.

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Warsaw’s river beaches

Warsaw’s river beaches

In large cities summer can be uncomfortably hot – on warm days, parks and green squares attract plenty of city residents. When the air temperature climbs above 30°C, it is relaxation near water that can provide the greatest respite from heat.

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