Palace of Culture and Science - From Jana Pankiewicza, Poland

Palace of Culture and Science - From Jana Pankiewicza, Poland
Palace of Culture and Science - From Jana Pankiewicza, Poland
The Palace of Culture and Science in Warszawa, Poland is a 225-meter tall building built in 1955. It is the tallest building in Poland and serves as a stark reminder of the influence of Stalinist-era architecture in the city. The palace was a gift from Soviet Union to Polish people at the time of its construction and consists of numerous attractions, including three theaters, a concert hall, a four-story library, several galleries, sporting and recreation facilities, four museums, and a view of the city in the terraced café at the 30th floor. It also offers guided tours of the historic building for those interested and also houses a number of embassies. Its terrace offers a breathtaking view of the city and makes for an interesting evening out. Visitors can also explore the various galleries and cultural exhibitions. The grandiose grand hall of the palace makes for a great sight and its architecture offers plenty of aesthetic pleasure. Whether visiting for a cultural evening, a lecture, an exhibition or a guided tour, the Palace of Culture and Science is a must-see for anyone traveling to Warszawa.