Chociaż Bródno kreślono na mapach Mazowsza już w XV wieku, to osadnictwo istniało na tym terenie znacznie wcześniej. Mało tego, było to pierwsze zorganizowane osadnictwo na terenie współczesnej Warszawy. Datowane jest na IX wiek, czyli zanim Mieszko I zjednoczył pierwszych Polan! Dzisiaj jednak opowiem o nieco innym Bródnie. O Bródnie, ale w granicach wyznaczonych przez…
One of the most interesting, South-Prague parks is located in the former settlement of Kamion. Kamionkowskie Błonia Elekcyjne is not only an area entered in the register of monuments, or a historical place of choice for Polish kings. Kamionkowskie Błonia Elekcyjne is primarily a buffer zone for Skaryszewski Park. A very popular holiday destination for the residents of Grochów and Kamionek. Green refuge on the right bank of Warsaw.
Although the belfry of St. Anna's church is not some remarkably high object, it still remains one of the busiest vantage points in Warsaw. Certainly, it is not without significance that it lies in the immediate vicinity of Castle Square, i.e. the tourist center of Warsaw.
The years go by and it seems that time is good for the Bródnowski Park. It's hard to believe that about sixty years ago there were only arable fields here. And today? Today it is one of the most beautiful parks in Warsaw, founded in the Polish People's Republic.
Located in the historical part of the city, the Krasinski Garden is the oldest park in Warsaw, and also the second, after the Saxon Garden, made available to a wider public. It has partly preserved its historical layout, while the close proximity of the Krasiński Palace raises its rank and makes it very willingly visited by residents living in this part of the city.
Kamienne Schodki street is considered one of the most picturesque in Warsaw. Is that right? This can be argued. The fact is, however, that you can meet various artists, painters and photographers here. Especially this place is favored by young couples, who after the ceremony at the Wedding Palace go to the stairs for photo sessions.
Torwar is the largest entertainment hall in Warsaw. Despite the passage of years, it still has not found a worthy successor. Although the National Stadium assumes responsibility for organizing the largest sporting events and music concerts, this happens very rarely. At Torwar, however, large events take place almost weekly.
Shoemaker, guild master, councilor, participant in conspiracies, memoirist, colonel, and finally the leader of the townspeople during the Kościuszko Uprising. It's hard to count all the roles played by this Warsaw townsman in his life. However, they were so important, and at the same time symbolic, that today at Podwale stands a pedestal in his honor, i.e. Jan Kiliński Monument.