Palace of Culture and Science in Warsaw 1960s

Palace of Culture and Science in Warsaw

Another picture of the Palace of Culture and Science in Warsaw, this time from a much closer position than some of the other pictures although taken at the same time – sometime in the 1960s I believe.

Photo category : Public BuildingDate Picture Taken: Unknown
Palace of Culture and Science in Warsaw

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One Reply to “Palace of Culture and Science in Warsaw 1960s”

  1. Watched an American film dubbed in to Polish with English subtitles at the ‘Palace’ in 1971! All very strange. I stayed with Polish friends in the summer of 1968 having travelled from London. It was an extraordinary experience and felt like travelling back in time… of course Poland was then part of the Russian Empire… there were so many things I liked about the Poles, their lifestyle and their history. Since the collapse of Russia’s Eastern European Empire Poland has changed a lot and I haven’t been back in nearly 50 years. Even under communism there was lots to like… a wonderful experience.

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