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Fryderyk Chopin Museum

Dedicated to the Polish composer, the Fryderyk Chopin Museum details the life of the artist, who spent half of his life in Warsaw. The exhibits feature some of his personal items, as well as the last piano he ever owned.
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Lazienki Park

The largest park in Poland, Lazienki Park was designed in the 17th century and has three stunning gardens. Lazienki is filled with peacocks, swans and more, but its most notable attraction is the Palace on the Isle, a neoclassical residence that seemingly lies in the middle of a lake.
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POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews

Arguably the most important Jewish museum in Europe, POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews opened in 2014 and details 1,000 years of Polish Jewish history.
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Praga Neighborhood

To experience a more up-and-coming side of Warsaw, visit the gentrifying neighborhood of Praga. Once considered dangerous, the artistic area is now home to some interesting attractions including Soho Factory, a center with some cool shops, and the Neon Museum, which has hundreds of neon signs from Cold War–era Warsaw.
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Warsaw Old Town

Almost entirely destroyed during World War II, Warsaw’s Old Town was rebuilt in the same style in 1953-55 and has since been designated a UNESCO World Heritage site. With beautiful architecture and important landmarks this area has charming cafés and shops, as well as the rebuilt gothic mansions of Warsaw noblemen.
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Warsaw Rising Museum

Dedicated to the Warsaw Uprising of 1944, the failed attempt by the Polish resistance to retake Warsaw from the Nazis and help the Allies win the war, the Warsaw Rising Museum details the acts of bravery and heroism that occurred during the 63-day effort.
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Wilanów Palace

Miraculously spared from destruction during both World Wars, Wilanów Palace—often referred to as the “Polish Versailles”—is a 17th century royal palace that was built for King John III Sobieski. Inspired by the French Baroque style, Wilanów Palace offers a glimpse at what royal life was like in Poland.
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