Warsaw, Poland: Around Town

By   •   June 13, 2014

People walking
Taking a walk down a Warsaw street. The Franklin Graham Festival of Hope will be held in Warsaw June 14-15. Watch live at billygraham.org/live.
Colorful square
The colorful Old Town Market Square is popular among locals and tourists alike.
Two boys
Two boys venture off from their tour group to walk the walls around Old Town.
Royal Castle
The Royal Castle (right) was completely destroyed during World War II along with much of Old Town. It was rebuilt between 1971-1988 using castle remains and rubble.
Warsaw palace
The Palace of Culture and Science in Warsaw.
Old map
A map of Old Town and New Town Warsaw.
Outdoor dining
Outside Old Town, the area is open and full of restaurants and shops.
Old walls
The remnants of Warsaw's defensive walls built in 1548 surround Old Town.
Waiting for bus
Overall, most Poles identify with the Catholic faith.
Bus on street
Warsaw residents get around a variety of ways, including bus, light rail, car and bicycle.
Accordion players and other musicians often set up on the streets.
Modern skyline
Warsaw has many modern buildings and skyscrapers.
Man sitting
A young guy takes a seat at a plaza overlooking the city.
Mermaid statue
The Mermaid Statue stands in the center of Old Town Square.
Guards at palace
Guards stand watch at the Presidential Palace in Warsaw.
Street view
A view of a Warsaw street from the Palace of Culture and Science. Watch the Poland Festival of Hope June 14-15 at billygraham.org/live.


Franklin Graham will preach during the historic Festival of Hope in Warsaw June 14-15. Watch live at billygraham.org/live.

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