Bazar na Kole
Founded in 1806, Warsaw's main Jewish Cemetery incredibly suffered little during WWII and contains more than 150,000 tombstones, the...
Warsaw Rising Museum
This modern, high-tech wonder traces the history of the city's heroic but doomed uprising against the Nazi occupation in 1944 through...
Pawiak Prison Museum
Pawiak Prison dates from the 19th century and was originally built to incarcerate enemies of the Russian tsar. During WWII it was used...
Old fav’ of the clubbing scene, with a packed dance floor.
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Bazar na Kole information
This huge antiques and bric-a-brac market, located in the western suburb of Koło, offers everything from old farm implements and furniture to WWII relics such as rusted German helmets, ammo boxes and shell casings. You will have to pick through the junk to find a bargain, but that’s half the fun. Take tram 12, 13 or 24 to the Dalibora stop.