Old and New Town

The Old Town and New Town are the two oldest parts of . Administratively, they are neighbourhoods in the district of . The Old Town is comparatively small to the old towns of many other European cities, as during the time of its development Warsaw was a small town of mostly local importance and not yet the capital of Poland.

Landmarks in the Area

The Adam Mickiewicz Museum of Literature is a museum named for noted Polish poet and essayist Adam Mickiewicz in , .

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

St. John's Archcathedral in Warsaw is a Roman Catholic church in Warsaw's Old Town.

Muzeum Farmacji im. Antoniny Leśniewskiej w Warszawie is a museum of pharmacy in , .

The Jesuit Church, otherwise the Church of the Gracious Mother of God is an ornate church in , .

Localities in the Area

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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