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Old Posted Nov 2, 2006, 9:29 PM
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Another nice picture

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if you post photos that you found on ssc, write by whom it was taken
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Great Warsaw photos. Can't wait to visit again next year.
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Warsaw skyline including Libeskind Tower 192 m (planned to start early 2007)




You can see more info in http://www.zlota44tower.com/

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wow! a beautiful and modern city! thanks
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New population statistics for June 2006 have just been published.
Warsaw city is over 1 700 000, Warsaw sub-region is 1 360 000.

Total population of Warsaw metropolitan region is more than 3 mln. It is expected that in not many years the population of Warsaw can increase by additional 1 mln.

Will Warsaw be greater than Berlin?
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Also number of Poles in Berlin grows rapidly, so I don't think Warsaw will surpass Berlin
Officially Warsaw pop. is some 1.7 mln, but unofficially it's close to 2.1 mln now with metro pop. being over 3.2 mln.
What's more, if we add Lodz metro (some 1.1-1.2 mln) being (I mean metro area) less than 100km away, it's over 4.4 mln conurbation in Central Poland which can be compared only to Upper Silesia - Cracow conurbation on the south with pop. of over 4.5 mln.
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New population statistics for June 2006 have just been published.
Warsaw city is over 1 700 000, Warsaw sub-region is 1 360 000.

Total population of Warsaw metropolitan region is more than 3 mln. It is
where did you get that?
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Frigging Sweet... the city looks awesome!
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Shopping mall Zlote Tarasy and Warsaw Trade Tower. Picture from the net.

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No one here called the city beautiful for a reason . It has a 'fantastic' potential though. I mean, like Cindirella.
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Actually, you didn't. Great pics!
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oh my God Warsaw is gorgeous i never knwe it was like that!
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The tower is around 100 m high, so it's hardly visible from this perspective.


If You search for some buldings in Warsaw or Poland You can look THIS
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Warsaw 2007

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One more new photo from SSC

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Can anyone explain me the situation with Rondo 1 Tower? To my best knowledge in the beginning the announced height was 192m (that included a spire) but now it's just 159m and instead of a spire, if I'm not mistaken, we see an antenna which doesn't count as part of the structure. So why is that?
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Can someone tell me if the yellow building in this picture is the Politechnika Warszawska.
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