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Warsaw's Castle Square
Warsaw

The square is a visitor's first view of the reconstructed Old Town (Polish: Stare Miasto), when approaching from the more modern center of Warsaw. It is an impressive sight, dominated by Zygmunt's Column, which towers above the beautiful Old Town houses. The square is a hub for tourists and locals, who gather to watch street entertainers, participate in rallies, watch concerts and even engage in breakdancing

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