Former Jewish Ghetto Warsaw

Before World War II, the northwest part of the city center of Warsaw comprised a large and mainly Jewish district known as Nalewki. Warsaw's Jewish population was then about 450,000, the largest after New York. In 1940 the Nazis turned Nalewki into the Jewish Ghetto...
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Bialystok Poland Travel Guide

Bialystok (Białystok) in the North-eastern part of Poland has about 290,000 inhabitants. It's situated 184 kilometers from Warsaw. Bialystok is the capital of the Podlaskie Provence. It's the largest city in this part of Poland. It's the administrative, economic, and academic center of the region. The...
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Warsaw New Town Poland

Gunpowder Building Warsaw
Nowe Miasto (Warsaw New Town) was originally known as New Warsaw. The area began to develop at the end of the 14th century, along a thoroughfare leading from the Old Town to the village of Zakroczym, on the banks of the River Vistula. In 1408...
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Budapest fashion and design

The young and talented Budapest fashion designers of Hungary’s capital, the fabulous showrooms and hip brand stores are sure to leave an impression on those who follow contemporary fashion trends. Founded by the creative duo Dalma Devenyi and Tibor Kiss in 2005, Je Suis Belle...
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Riga Bourse Art Museum

The Art Museum RIGA BOURSE is an architectural monument of national importance.  Built between 1852 and 1855 in the style of a Venetian renaissance palazzo the building symbolizes wealth and plenitude. The design was by the St. Petersburg architect of German origin Harald Julius Bosse (1812-1894)....
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