Warsaw Barbican

The Warsaw Barbican is a barbican in , , and one of few remaining relics of the complex network of historic fortifications that once encircled Warsaw. Located between the and , it is a major tourist attraction.

Landmarks in the Area

The Church of the Holy Spirit in Warsaw is a church at 3 Długa Street, in 's .

Museum of Warsaw is a museum in the Old Town Market Place in , .

St. Hyacinth's Church, named after Saint Hyacinth of Poland, is located in Warsaw's New Town at Freta Street 8/10.

Mały Powstaniec is a statue in commemoration of the child soldiers who fought and died during the Warsaw Uprising of 1944.

The Maria Skłodowska-Curie Museum is a museum in , , devoted to the life and work of Polish two-time Nobel laureate Maria Skłodowska-Curie.

Localities in the Area

Warsaw Old Town is the oldest part of , the capital city of .

The Warsaw New Town is a neighbourhood dating from the 15th century in , .

Mariensztat is a neighbourhood in 's borough of Śródmieście.

Muranów is a neighborhood consisting mainly of housing estates in the districts of Śródmieście and in .

Powiśle is a neighbourhood in 's borough of Śródmieście.

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