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The medieval capital of Poland was the southern city of Krakow, but Warsaw has been the capital of the country since 1596. Completely destroyed by the Nazis during World War II, the city managed to lift itself from ashes to become Poland's economic hub. Today, almost every building in Warsaw dates to the postwar era - with what little remains of the old structures being confined largely to the restored districts of Stare Miasto (the 'old city') and Nowe Miasto ('new city'), as well as selected monuments and cemeteries. With 1.7 million inhabitants, Warsaw is the largest city in Poland. Since the...Read More

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Kiev is the capital of Ukraine, and it remains one of the most visited spots in all of Eastern Europe. As one of the biggest cities in Europe, there is certainly a lot to see in this ancient town. Kiev features remnants from its earliest days over 15 centuries ago, and these buildings and monuments blend in beautifully with the cities thriving new culture. Tours through Kiev allow one to see all of the grand and unique buildings that are scattered throughout. One of the most impressive is the Kiev National Opera House, where classical performances have taken place alongside the marvelous interior. The Kiev Academic Puppet...Read More

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