On this day, June 17th, 1992, only three years after the collapse of communism, opened the first McDonald’s in Poland. The restaurant was located in central Warsaw on the corner of Swietokrzyska and Marszalkowska streets in the former SEZAM commercial Center. The restaurant was officially inaugurated by Jacek Kuroń, then Minister of… Continue reading On this day in 1992, only three years after the collapse of communism, opened the first McDonald’s in Poland, Ul. Świętokrzyska in Warsaw.
One of the legends of the Warsaw Uprising passed away today in Warsaw. Prof. Witold Kieżun died today at the age of 99. Continue reading One of the legends of the Warsaw Uprising passed away today in Warsaw – Prof. Witold Kieżun died today at the age of 99
On the weekend of June 19 to 20th, the National Stadium will host the EURO 2020 fan zone. It will be possible to watch the match Poland-Spain for free, at the same time you will have the opportunity to be vaccinated against the COVID-19 with the single dose vaccine from Johnson & Johnson. Continue reading Fan Zone at the National Stadium – Watch Poland-Spain (EURO 2020) and get your dose of vaccine.
Less and less COVID-19 cases, less than 500 per day since a dozen of days, the government decided to easing the restrictions due to the pandemic. Continue reading Next waves of restrictions easing – June 13th and 26th.
The President of Warsaw announced a very good new yesterday, Chmielna, one of the most popular streets of Warsaw will receive a mega… Continue reading Mega lifting for one of the most popular streets of Warsaw.
According to ‘Gazeta Wyborcza’, the esplanade of the Metro Centrum also nicknamed the pan because of the numerous people asking for various services: money, signatures for petitions… Continue reading The Metro Centrum could change radically
For this second edition over 3 days, about twenty balloons colored the Vistula’s surroundings with launches all over the capital, including the Olympic Committee’s site, the Vistula’s beaches or the Mokotowskie Pole Park. Continue reading For the second edition, the Vistula Miracle balloon festival attracted a large crowd (photos and videos).
In this video published in May on YouTube, Paweł Kubalewski created a video comparing some streets of Warsaw in the 90s and today. Today, May 4th was the anniversary of the first free post-communism elections, or the moment Poland recovered freedom. Continue reading Warsaw 1990’s versus 2021
Browary Warszawskie (former beer factory – XIXth Century) by Echo Investment and designed by JEMS Architekci is another huge (1/2 billion PLN) residential, office, and entertainment investment in Warsaw (100 000 m 2 and 4,5 ha). After Koneser, Hala Koszyki, Elektrownia Powiśle or Fabryka Norblina. The complex consists of six new residential buildings, four office buildings, and three restored historic buildings. The opening of Browary Warszawskie is expected for the end of the year. Continue reading Browary Warszawaskie – Great opening in the next weeks.
From today, June 1st, 2021, the pedestrian have the priority on the car, one foot on the crosswalk, the cars should stop. Continue reading Pedestrians first – new road traffic regulation from today – June 1st.