Warsaw, the largest and capital city of Poland, is located on the River Vistula in east-central Poland.
Originally established as a fortified settlement in the 9th century, it wasn’t until 1300 that Bolesław II of Masovia established the modern-day city.
Prominent in Castle Square, Warsaw Old Town, is the Royal Castle, shown in this design. The Royal Castle, formerly serving for centuries as the official home of the Polish monarch, has a rich history.
In 2004, with Poland’s entry into the European Union, Warsaw began the largest economic boom of its history. Recently playing host to numerous major conferences including the United Nations Climate Conference and the NATO Summit of 2016, as well as the UEFA Euro 2012.
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