The Palace of Science and Culture is also a very important landmark in Poland. It is a very tall thing left over from the Soviet period. The Palace of Culture is also a good place to visit. Quite a fun place.
The Palace of Science and Culture is actually a comprehensive building, built in 1955, with a height of 230 meters. This gift from the Soviet Union to Poland has always been the highest point of the entire Huasha skyline and a landmark.
The Warsaw Palace of Science and Culture is a typical building from the Soviet/Socialist period. It is rectangular, very large and practical. In addition, this cultural palace is a "gift" (or expropriated, I'm not sure), the Soviet Union (or Stalin) gave Poland. There are some skyscrapers at the time, and the whole building is very novel and beautiful. The best part of this palace of culture is its observation deck (for me it is the best in Warsaw), located on the 30th floor. Really, you can see the most important places in Warsaw (Old Town, New Town, River, Sports Center, etc.) and the skyscrapers around the Palace of Culture. Must go there to go to Warsaw! ! In addition, there are some souvenir shops and restaurants on the first floor.
If you buy a Warsaw Day Card, there will be a viewing platform on the 30th floor of the Cultural Palace. You can overlook the city of Warsaw, don't forget to take pictures with a big head sticker machine when you go. It is very cheap.
It was a bit foggy on the day of the trip, so the Science and Culture Palace that was photographed was like a big cedar standing tall in Warsaw, as a landmark, you are not afraid to go wrong when you look at it. There is a coin machine in the palace, and everyone is around it to make coins, so excited! However, I personally think that the small columns outside the palace are more attractive, each with a Warsaw mermaid carved, which is very interesting!
Built in 1955, it is a landmark building in Warsaw.