Here you will find the most interesting, picturesque or significant streets and squares of warsaw.
Main eating and service street of Praga, on of the most famous streets on this side of the Vistula. Civilized and safe enough, it is often called Praga's Nowy Świat. The west part of Ząbkowska is built over with renovated houses from the beginning of 20th century, where such popular pubs as „W oparach absurdu” and „Łysy pingwin” are located.
Tram rails have been left on Ząbkowska's roadway: tramway line functioned here from 1919-1968. At the beginning of 20th century, the street was inhabited mainly by Jewish population.
Ząbkowska street holiday at the beginning of September started being organized a few years ago. There are presentations of local galleries, Praga artists and non-governmental organizations, exhibitions, happenings, film screenings and contests for children take place and a stage put up near the crossing with Brzeska street hosts concerts.
The square gained a big-city look in the 19th c., when classicistic tenement houses were built here, designed by famous architects: Antonio Corazzi and Frereric Lessel. In 1861 the All Saints’...
The central point of the Marszałkowska Residential District – a district built for workers who would have never had the chance of living in such a convenient location of the city centre before...