Palace of Culture and Science, is a notable high-rise building in central Warsaw, Poland. With a total height of 237 metres it is the second tallest building in Poland after Varso, the 6th-tallest building in the European Union and one of the tallest on the European continent. Constructed in 1955, it houses various public and cultural institutions such as cinemas, theatres, libraries, sports clubs, university faculties and authorities of the Polish Academy of Sciences. Since 2007 it has been enlisted in the Registry of Objects of Cultural Heritage. Motivated by Polish historical architecture and American art deco high-rise buildings, the PKiN was designed by Soviet Russian architect Lev Rudnev in "Seven Sisters" style and is informally referred to as the Eighth Sister. The Palace was also the tallest clock tower in the world until the installation of a clock mechanism on the NTT Docomo Yoyogi Building in Tokyo, Japan.
The Palace of Science and Culture in Warsaw is perhaps the most landmark building in the world that is not seen by locals.
This majestic Russian-style building is still the tallest building in Poland. It was given to Poland by Stalin during Soviet rule. one's gift. However, in the eyes of many Poles, it is an inescapable history and an indelible shame. They have given the building a lot of satirical titles, such as Stalin's syringe, Russian wedding cake, etc... But aside from politics Not to mention, in terms of architecture itself, combining Baroque and Gothic Stalin architecture, grand, towering and not lacking in aesthetics is definitely a treasure in the history of human architecture.
Take the elevator to the top level observation deck. When the elevator door opens, the wind will come to the front. The gift of the fighting nation is really awkward. Even the viewing platform is built in the open air. If it is not a wire fence Its a minute to jump. The city of Warsaw was almost razed to the ground in World War II. After the war, the local people spontaneously rebuilt according to the original features of the ancient city and restored a beautiful old city in Eastern Europe. Therefore, from the four-story science and culture palace in the old city, except for the modern buildings near the railway station, the other low-rise buildings are neatly arranged, and you can see the new city on the other side of the Vistula River at a glance. go with. In the cafe on the top floor, order a cup of coffee to protect the cold, waiting for the nightingale to come, the stars to appear, and then to enjoy the night view of Warsaw. Although it is not roughly the same as the night view of other cities, the Hua Deng is on the rise, the bustling scene, but the 30-story observation deck is blowing the cold wind, but it seems to see the strong and sad behind the war. Smile, feeling a sad beauty without any reason.
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