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With nearly 2 million people, Poland's capital city has been developing rapidly ever since the once-communist nation joined the EU in 2004 .WHAT'S NEWThe POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews that opened in October has become the center of the city's reborn Jewish culture.The building is a piece of exquisite, inspired glass and concrete architecture.The visit can be combined with a walk in a nearby garden on the roof of the Warsaw University Library.CLASSIC ATTRACTIONSDon't miss the Old Town: colorful Renaissance houses on cobbled stone streets, rebuilt from the ruins of World War II. The story of the city's 1944 struggle is told by the Warsaw Rising Museum.For a panoramic view of Warsaw, go to the 30th floor of the iconic eyesore, the Palace of Culture and Science.It is flanked by modern high-rise architecture, including the so-called "sail" skyscraper by U.S. architect Daniel Libeskind, who was born in Poland.
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