What’s up, Warsaw? Saturday, February 1st 2014

#MUSEUM/EVENT  Jewish museum in 11 languages!  Attention! This Saturday you will have the opportunity to take part in a guided tour of the Museum of the History of Polish Jews conducted in 11 languages: English, Arabic, French, Georgian, German, Hebrew, Spanish, Romany, Russian, Ukrainian and Vietnamese. This will be a great chance to get more […]

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What’s up, Warsaw? FRIDAY, 31 January 2014

#PARTY  Flames of Love?  It’s been a year since one of Praga’s most popular clubs burnt down and its owners have decided to commemorate that sad moment with a party. You may wonder why they are celebrating. The answer is simple: even a fire was not able to destroy a legend and the club found […]

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What’s up Warsaw? THURSDAY, 30 January 2014

#GALLERY  Catch up with contemporary art Each Thursday, Zachęta Gallery of Art opens its doors to visitors free of charge. Check out the fresh and inspiring works of young Brazilian artists, how they search inspiration in nature and what social problems make them tremble. There’s also an exhibition on the the times when transferring artistic […]

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What’s up Warsaw? WEDNESDAY, 29 January 2014

#EXHIBITIONS  Extraordinary ordinary world Willem Van Dem Poll was a Dutch photographer and reporter. In 1934 he travelled throug Poland and tokk a few hundred photographs, a big part of them in Warsaw. He captured everyday life of Varsovians, portraited famous people of that time (both politicians and actresses) and observed important landmarks of the […]

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What’s up Warsaw? TUESDAY, 28 January 2014

#EXHIBITION Touristic highlights of pre-war Poland  In 1936 Zofia Chomętowska, one of the most innovative and talented Polish photographers, won the competition announced by the Departament of Tourism in Ministry for Communication. She was hired to prepare a set of promotional pictures presenting the most interesting places in Poland as a part of campaing with […]

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What’s up Warsaw? MONDAY 27 January 2014

#MUSEUM&PARK See a royal summer residence in winter!  Jan III Sobieski was the Polish king who stopped the Ottoman army in the battle of Vienna in 1683 – but when he was not fighting, he made sure his life in Warsaw was comfortable, building a French-Polish palace in Wilanów south of the official royal castle. […]

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What’s up Warsaw? SUNDAY 26 January 2014

#PARTY  Well, not JUST a party!  Head for Café Kulturalna this Sunday afternoon for a cross-generation experience! Every few weeks the place gets full with youngsters and their grandparents, hipsters and elegant ladies and gentlemen. And they all party together! Have a look at the dj booth and you’ll understand why: its dj Vika (in […]

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What’s up Warsaw? SATURDAY, 25 January 2014

#SHOPPING/FOOD  Food factory  Taste Georgian goulash soup, traditional Polish bread, exotic spices and home made pierogi. The food market at Soho Factory is a chance to try flavours of Warsaw being in just one location. Mulled cider will warm you up and fresh baked apple pies and brownies will make the fuss of going there […]

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What’s up Warsaw? FRIDAY, 24 January 2014

#PARTY  Fight for your right to Parking – What can U find in a huge, multilevel parking park? A great place for a party of course! If you’re into drum’n’bass this is a place for you this Friday. The list of djs at the Hype’N’Drum night is really long so they’ll present a wide selection […]

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What’s Up, Warsaw? THURSDAY, 23 January 2014

#CONCERT  Rock the winter away  We’re still looking for different ways to warm you (and ourselves) up and this Thursday we suggest trying wild dances during an energizing rock music concert. Krzysztof Zalewski, known as Zalef, has a fabulous voice, is charismatic, spontaneous, dynamic and has all the features a real rock star needs. Supported […]

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