Warsaw is the capital of Poland and its largest city. You can feel the deep respect and great admiration for its surviving citizens who have been able to make Warsaw arise again from its ruins like phoenix arose from its own ashes.


Warsaw is the national centre of culture and learning. It hosts the Polish Academy of Science, 13 higher education institutions, about 27 museums and 20 theaters, the national philharmonic, and opera and operetta companies. Warsaw plays host to several important cultural events, including the International Chopin Piano Competition every five years, the annual Warsaw Autumn Modern Music Festival in September, the International Book Fair in May, the International Jazz Jamboree Festival in October and the Warsaw Poetry Autumn.

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