Świętojańska is one of the streets marked out at the time of the incorporation of Warsaw, at the end of the 13th century. From the very beginning, it was one of the most important streets in the city. In a broader perspective, it was part of the Czersk-Zakroczym route, which was regulated by streets within the city walls. Within the city, it led from the southern city gate to the Market Square.
The Barbican is one of the city's greatest tourist attractions. It is one of seven facilities of this type in the country, and although our Warsaw building is a post-war reconstruction, it allows, at least in part, to imagine the monumental system of fortifications, which were the defensive walls of Warsaw.
The history of Nowomiejska Street begins with the location of Warsaw. Marked from the north-west corner of Old Town Market, it led to the northern city gate, becoming an important communication artery of the city. As in the case of the area behind the southern city gate (later Krakowskie Przedmieście), over time, this area also turned into a parking and market square. However, when at the beginning of the 15th century a new city was founded - New Warsaw, the street was called Nowomiejska street, as a road connecting both cities.
Medieval Polish cities share the same distinctive feature. They were established by marking out a regular network of streets with a centrally located rectangular market that served as a marketplace. Often there was a town hall and a church next to it. The Old Town Square in Warsaw is no exception.
The building of Resursa Obywatelska is one of those buildings that remind Warsaw of the forgotten architectural style of eclecticism. The building, erected by a society called Resursa Obywatelska, took its name after it, although the organization itself ceased to exist when World War II broke out.
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.
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.