Warsaw Old Town is an ancient part of Warsaw, Poland, and is also a major tourist destination in Warsaw. The heart of Warsaw’s Old Town is the Old Town Market Square, surrounded by restaurants, cafes and shops. The surrounding streets are lined with medieval buildings such as the city walls, the towers and the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist. There are many attractions in Warsaw’s Old Town, such as the Mermaid Statue, the Royal Palace, the Old Town Square and the Curie Museum.
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After 10 hours of flight, arrived in Warsaw, the capital of Poland.
The hotel is near the old town of Warsaw. There are countless churches that have not been seen in a few streets. The only thing to remember is the Church of the Holy Cross, which is buried in the heart of Chopin.
Perhaps it is because most of our understanding of Poland is concentrated in its history of war-torn modern times, so it is said that Poland has brought a layer of sadness more or less. In fact, Warsaw will not be worn out because of the war. On the one hand, it has excellent natural beauty and natural scenery. On the other hand, it has a well-preserved medieval city, and the economic development momentum and the increasingly modern urban construction make Warsaw In recent years, it has won the favour of travellers.
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The romantic ancient city of Warsaw, at the end of Dluga Street, accompanied by the afternoon sun, came to this immortal ancient city, the paved road, the remaining ancient walls, accompanied by the melodious sound of the next artist, everything It seems so primitive. In the distance between the square and the street, there are coffee cafes, street dance teenagers, and the vision is pulled back to the real world. This ancient city, in this way, softens history and modernity to form the unique style of today.
The legendary Warsaw Old Town is undoubtedly the most worthwhile to visit. In this war-torn city, the entire city was almost completely ashes in the Second World War. As the only preserved piece of the ancient city remains, it is not only a simple historical building, but also a history that is indelible, and represents a great spirit that never yields. In addition, people in the late period have continuously changed the surrounding area to form the ancient city of Warsaw, which is both simple and modern.
Standing on the last section of the city wall, staring at the moat that has dried up, I can't help but scream at the sadness of the past. Along the cobblestone paved roads continue to march into the city. There are many beautiful churches scattered along the streets. The streets are full of life and busy, letting people see the beauty and hope of the city. With a golden sunset, you can walk freely in such an ancient city full of stories. You can think of nothing, just quietly feel all the beautiful scenes left after the years have settled.