The capital of Poland since 1596, Warsaw had been called the “Paris of Eastern Europe” throughout the 1930's. The variety of architecture observed in Warsaw mirrors the different phases of Polish History in the last century. On the right bank of the Vistula River in the Praga district, one can still see bullet holes in buildings dating from before the war. On the left bank, the Palace of Culture and the MDM district are blatant reminders of Poland's 45 years of communist domination. The ultramodern buildings are the most important reflection of Warsaw's rebirth and entry into the contemporary European world. Finally, in honor of Polish Kings, the historical parks along the Royal Road were rebuilt after the war. Today, this road remains one of Warsaw's main arteries that runs from the old Town to the Lazenki Palace.
Warsaw now is becoming a modern metropolis, bustling with energy and life. Music festivals, international cultural exhibitions and artistic events are taking place, many new restaurants offer international quality cuisine.
We wish all of the participants will have a pleasant stay in this wonderful city.
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