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Nothing special

Apart from being very quiet and nice neighbourhood this place has a little more to offer. Rather... read more

Reviewed 24 November 2016
Aleksandar S
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Belgrade, Serbia
via mobile
For Architecture Fans mainly

The place is busy, filled with banners and parking lots. Still the buildings are a good example of... read more

Reviewed 5 September 2012
Wolszczak
,
Warszawa, Polska
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15 Apr 2017
“Not really a tourist attraction more a pleasant walk. ”
24 Nov 2016
“Nothing special”
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The buildings on this street, which resemble those of Paris' Place Vendome, were part of a communist housing development built on ruins following WWII.
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Aleja Wyzwolenia, Warsaw 99-200, Poland
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Reviewed 16 April 2017 via mobile

ALEJA WYZWOLENIA I would not really class as a tourist attraction but more of a long avenue leading from tram stop Politechnika and leading to the wonderful Lazienki Park. The street is lined with some interesting communist style buildings and there are some great café's,bars...More

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Reviewed 24 November 2016 via mobile

Apart from being very quiet and nice neighbourhood this place has a little more to offer. Rather ordinary residential part of the city.

Thank Aleksandar S
Reviewed 31 March 2015

This smalll avenue is in the center but it's very quiet. It's beetwen great Lazienki park and Zbawiciela square where is plenty coffee shops. There is also a lot of benches and trees.

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Reviewed 5 September 2012

The place is busy, filled with banners and parking lots. Still the buildings are a good example of solid communism era architecture. Some of the buildings were also restored from the before-war era.

2  Thank Wolszczak
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