Pole Mokotowskie (Warsaw, Poland) Reviews
Description:Sightseeing Type: Parks / Gardens / Polish for Mokotow Field, this park was formerly the site of the Warsaw Airport ... more
Newest Review: ... Warsaw Okecie airport was built it was the city's airport (pre 1934), another part was the racecourse (until 1939) and the part nearest what is now Metro Politechnika was the Polytechnic Aircraft Works. The park is made up of two parts, the "little" part officially known as Jozef Pilsudskiego because of a large statue dedicated to the prominent Polish figure, here you can also find ... more
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by - written on 22/04/09 (Very useful, 48 readings)
Pole Mokotowskie is a recreational park within walking distance from the centre of Warsaw, for the lazy ones or anyone worried about making it back after testing out the nightlife the park has to offer - fear not, it has its own metro stop which is just 2 stops from the centre and is also serviced regularly by night buses. Translated to "Mokotow Fields" and regularly called its plural Pola Mokotowskie, it is a park with a bit of history. First of all it contains the National Library but before Warsaw Okecie airport was built it was the city's airport (pre 1934), another part was the racecourse (until 1939) and the part nearest what is now Metro ... Read the complete review
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