Warsaw city centre to transform into a sprawling six-km-long 'cultural park'

Warsaw city centre to transform into a sprawling six-km-long 'cultural park'


Warsaw's city council has given the green light to the creation of a "culture park" that promises to shield a substantial portion of the city's historic core from the blight of advertising and unregulated street commerce. CE Report quoting The Firts News

The recently-passed resolution is poised to bring an end to the long-standing presence of oversized plastic waffles and ice-cream cones that have marred the historical ambiance of the Old Town for decades.

Warsaw's most important monuments and areas associated with its history and identity will be included in the cultural park.

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