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The Palace of Culture and Science

The Palace of Culture and Science was built in the 1950s as a "gift of the Soviet people to the Polish nation". The originator of the Palace was Joseph Stalin himself; Soviet architect Lew Rudniew designed the edifice. In addition to over 3,000 conference halls, the Palace is home to theatres, a cinema, museums, libraries, concert halls, etc. It served as a venue for the performances of numerous world-famous artists, including Marlene Dietrich, Bruce Springsteen, the Rolling Stones and Woody Allen with the band.

Today, the Palace of Culture forms an inseparable part of the urban tissue of Warsaw. It is now possible to stroll around the vast halls of the Palace, closely associated with the history of post-war Warsaw, which for many years remained inaccessible to visitors: Rudniew Hall, the Concert Hall, the Troika Hall, the Marble Hall, Starzyński/Skłodowska Hall, Broniewski Hall, etc. The highlight of the visit: contemplating the stunning vistas of Warsaw from the observation deck located on the 30th floor.

The Palace can be visited as part of a regular trip organized daily or a private guided tour.

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