Impression of Warsaw, Poland

Warsaw, capital of Porland, is a rapid growing, dynamic city. While retaining a flavor of Soviet-age architecture, the city is full of European-style, colorful building, and many, many new constructions.

The old town is a must visit. The stature of a young boy wearing a over-sized helmet, is to memory a fighter killed in the uprising at the ege of 13. The day I visited is around the anniversy of the uprising, the people memory him with candles. The stature is located by the old town.

The Warsaw old town market place, famous for its versatile restaurants, shops, surrounded by medieval architecture.

Lody - an ice-cream shop by the old town market place, always welcomes tourists with a long line.

In the center of market square, standing Warsaw mermaid monument. Mermaid is Warsaw’s symbol.

Kazimierz Górski National Stadium in Warsaw viewed from the old town. It holded Euro cup 2012.

Wilanów Palace, a royal palace located one bus ride from Warsaw downtown, survived the time of Poland's  both World Wars and preserves its authentic historical qualities, also is one of the most important monuments of Polish culture.

Tomb of the Unknown Soldier

Kids chasing big soap bubbles.

Sature of Marie Curie.

iSpot? Polish Apple store.