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The Palace of Culture and Science. Warsaw : Stock Photo
The Palace of Culture and Science is the largest building in Poland, based in the capital Warsaw. It is an icon of the former communist regime, and was finished in 1955. It still dominates the capitals skyline.

The Palace of Culture and Science. Warsaw

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Tony C French
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The Palace of Culture and Science is the largest building in Poland, based in the capital Warsaw. It is an icon of the former communist regime, and was finished in 1955. It still dominates the capitals skyline.
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