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The Sunday we stopped at the palace, demonstrators were out in full force. They clearly had something to say but we English speakers couldn’t fathom what that might be. And, there were police everywhere.
We were nevertheless able to enjoy this remarkable building.
This was a nice historical building, which was (is) also a residence of Polish President. The problem is that politics of Poland became very divisive in recent years. As a result it is quite often the case when there are political (and not very nice)...More
The current Presidential Palace from Poland is a beautiful neoclassical building located close to the old tow Warsaw. It is part of what is called the Royal route in Warsaw. I was lucky that this building and the old town were of walking distance from...More
Visited on Wednesday 4th October. We stopped to admire this magnificent building with a grand statue in front. There are plaques giving you information about it's history. It is situated on the Royal route so easy to get to as well.
I viewed the Presidential Palace in December 2017. I am not sure if you are allowed to go inside and there were armed guards outside. There is a plaque honoring Polish President Lech Kaczynski who died in a plane crash in 2010. The Presidential Palace...More