The Old Town of Warsaw (Stare Miasto) is one of the most scenic parts of the city. It dates back to the 13th century, when construction began around the royal castle, back then the residence of the Masovian dukes. The old town was entirely destroyed during WW II and completely rebuilt after then. It is a UNESCO world heritage site.

01 King Sigismund column 02 King Sigismund column 03 Old buildings on castle square 04 Old buildings on castle square 05 Nuns on castle square
06 Old buildings on castle square 07 Castle square view and people 08 Couple kissing on castle square 09 Simonetti house corner
10 Old town square - Barss side 11 Mermaid statue 12 Old town square - Barss side 13 Old town square
14 Old town square 15 Old town square - Zakrzewski side 16 Old town square 17 Old town alley 18 Souvenir shop and postcards
19 Roof with windows 20 Green house 21 City walls 22 Old town square at night - Dekert side
23 Old town square at night - Zakrzewski side 24 Old town square at night - Barss side
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