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The capital of Poland, Warsaw, amazes with the outstanding transformation it has undergone after the destruction during World War II. The center of post-war Warsaw was nothing but ruins which gave birth to a new, strong city several years later. Rebuilt and combined with modern developments and major monuments has made Warsaw a city of unusual contrast.
Krakow is undoubtedly one of the most interesting cities of Poland and Europe. For over a thousand years, it has been a center of Polish science, culture and art. The city owes its unique character to extraordinary architecture that dates back to the times when Krakow was the capital of Poland and Wawel was the seat of kings. The Old Town is a major historical complex in Poland, entered on the UNESCO World Heritage List…