Praga District

It is certainly one of the most interesting and lively districts in Warsaw. It is also one of the oldest, set up at the end of the 18th century. It is one of very few districts in the city where pre-war architecture and climate preserved, including the traditional folklore of the city. However, over time Praga was neglected and therefore considered “bad” and “dangerous”. It is only recently that it was rediscovered and appreciated by numerous artists and city activists. It is becoming a lively and fashionable place, full of art galleries, underground clubs, cafés and ateliers, situated in old brick houses or deserted factories. It is also full of different tourist attractions, such as the only Orthodox Church in Warsaw, a Zoo and Koneser - a historical Vodka Distillery which now became a cultural centre of the district.

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