What is worth seeing in Warsaw? #4
Today is time for one before last part of interesting places in Warsaw!
~ Copernicus Science Centre ~
This is one of the most modern institutions of its kind in… Europe!
This place is perfect if you don’t want only watch but also experiment. On 22000 square meters you can carry out experiments, which make complicated natural phenomena understandable – and have great fun at the same time. You, as a visitor, decide by yourself which one of visiting route you want to see and when. There are so many exhibitions. For example „The World on the Move” where you can experience for oneself, how the astronaut Neil Armstrong must have felt, when he was standing on the moon. The exhibition „Lightzone” is a perfect place for people who like crime mysteries and in the exhibition „Humans and the Environment” the visitor himself becomes the most important exhibit. Here we get to know the limits of our possibilities, the secrets of our senses and our body.There is also a planetarium, where projections and modern multimedia technology give the participants the impression that they are travelling to the remotest corners of the cosmos, into the depths of an ocean or inside a volcano. This place is definitely one of those, which you must visit!
~ National Stadium ~
This is the largest stadium in Poland. Also boasts the highest category in UEFA classification. Winner of the 2012 CEEQA Industry Awards in categories: “Building of the Year in Central and Eastern Europe” and “Hotel, Leisure & Residential Development of the Year”.This stadium was built especially for the European Football Championship UEFA EURO 2012™. It is located close to the Old Town and city centre – it is visible from many places in Warsaw. The most attractive view is from Zamkowy Square. The elevations of the stadium refers to the Polish national colours. It can accommodate 58000 fans! The facility has over 3000 rooms – albo a large congress centre, exhibition halls and numerous offices. The stadium was built not only with sport events in mind but also as a venue for great artistic spectacles and various mass events. The National Stadium visitors may also use an ecumenical chapel!