What’s up Warsaw? Saturday, June 1st 2013

#PARTY  Balkan music on International Children’s Day  Attention !!! June 1st is the international children’s day. What does that mean in practice? You’ll see chaotic crowds of happy children with Hello Kitty or Lightning McQueen balloons and terrified parents taking their precious treasures from one kids’ event to another. But once the kids are in bed, […]

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What’s up Warsaw? FRIDAY, 31 May 2013

#PARTY  Had fun at Juwenalia? Try Ursynalia!!!  Motorhead, HIM, Three Doors Down, Bullet For My Valentine, Bad Religion, Parkway Drive, Steve Aoki, Pendulum DJ Set and many many more superstars!!! Two stages, three days of absolute fun and unleashed partying. What could be more inviting? If you enjoyed the student’s year end party last week […]

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What’s up Warsaw? THURSDAY, 30 May 2013

#MUSEUM  Łazienki – a museum that’s actually a park   You should not miss one of Warsaw’s greatest attractions: The Łazienki Royal Park and Residence. One of the biggest city parks in Europe hides a true pearl of Warsaw neo-classicism: the Palace on the Island, a former bathing pavillion redesigned as a summer residence of […]

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What’s up Warsaw? WEDNESDAY 29 May 2013

#CONCERT  Hypnotic Brass Ensamble rocks!   This Chicago family ensamble will really hypnotize you and drag into an extatic dance. The band consist almost only of brass section so the sound is massive, the energy is strong and the attitude powerful as the jazz tradition of brass bands is combined here with funk and hip-hop. […]

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What’s up Warsaw? TUESDAY, 28 May 2013

MoMA Warsaw  „In the Heart of the Country” showcases the collection of Warsaw’s newest museum, the Museum of Modern Art. Located in a former furniture store, MoMA Warsaw strives to create a most comprehensive collection of Polish contemporary art. The exhibit just opened last week. Learn why names of Andrzej Wróblewski, Wilhelm Sasnal and Mirosław […]

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#MUSEUMS  Warsaw Uprising Museum is a Monday must-see! All visitors to Warsaw should see this highly interactive impressive museum located in Wola district’s tramway power station, most recently featured in a TIME magazine article on Warsaw’s highlights. The 1944 Warsaw Uprising was one of the biggest acts of resistance against the Nazis in Europe during WWII […]

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What’s up Warsaw? SUNDAY 26 May 2013

#CONCERT  Free Chopin concert in the park? Yes, please!  This Sunday marks the beginning of the season for Frederic Chopin concerts in Łazienki park, by the monument of the most famous Polish composr. Enjoy the beautiful music while laying on the grass and spying on the park wildlife (peacocks, swans, ducks and red squirrels). Concerts […]

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What’s up Warsaw? SATURDAY 25 May 2013

#CONCERT/EVENT  Party like students do!  After long, long months of studying/drinking, studying/partying, studying/studying academic year is coming to an end which sounds like a great reason to celebrate! Every May students of the  Warsaw universities organize a few-days-long Juwenalia: a festival of student culture, beer drinking and music. If you feel like immersing into it […]

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What’s up Warsaw? FRIDAY 24 May 2013

#CONCERT/EVENT  Party like students do!  After long, long months of studying/drinking, studying/partying, studying/studying academic year is coming to an end which sounds like a great reason to celebrate! Every May students of the  Warsaw universities organize a few-days-long Juwenalia: a festival of student culture, beer drinking and music. If you feel like immersing into it […]

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What’s Up, Warsaw? THURSDAY May 23rd, 2013

#EXHIBIT  Castle for Contemporary Art  If Thursday proves to be rainy, why not head inside to see quality art for free? One of Warsaw’s best known public art galleries is located inside a castle perched on the city’s picturesque escarpment of Vistula river’s former riverbank. Head there for quality contemporary art (currently on show is […]

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