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Warsaw, the Poland's capital sited in the heart of Masovian Plain, is home to many industries, including manufacturing, steel, electrical engineering, and automotive and universities, over 30 theatres, of course, the National Theatre and Opera and the National Philharmonic Orchestra. Warsaw’s appearance eyewitnesses Poland’s grand past, including castles ... More>and palaces, open parklands, impressive churches and the restored streets of the historic old centre, which contrasting with the signs of former political austerity have been replaced by fashionable boutiques, and consumerism a growing trend. As the hub of many ways, Warsaw contains lots of museums, art galleries, historic attractions, alfresco, café’ and energetic nightlife.