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The greenest capital in Europe, with at least 80 parks and a lovely old town, which has risen Phoenix-like from the ashes of the Second World War. Museums range from the Royal Castle to the National Museum and the King Jan III Sobieski's playful Palace of Wilanow, and can be found in the geographical heart of the city standing on a long escarpment along the western bank of the Wisła (Vistular) River, from the New Town in the north to Jan III Sobieski's Wilanow in the south.
Warsaw is a lovely city to spend time in, happily lacking the tourist surge that makes rival Krakow the Florence of the north. Canaletto would have enjoyed painting Warsaw today just as he did in the 18th century.
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