Communism had stifled the city, but Warsaw is breathing again by Marek Nowakowski THE city as world. Its streets, cul-de-sacs, houses, cafÈs, restaurants. The people, the atmosphere, the history. The past contained in walls, remembrance, customs. And even more important: the radiation the city emits. For such radiation undoubtedly exists. And its effect on people, […]

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