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  Warsaw - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
Warsaw remained the capital of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth until 1795, when it was annexed by the Kingdom of Prussia to become the capital of the province of New East Prussia.
Warsaw is home to over 30 major theatres that are spread throughout the city, including the National Theatre (founded in 1765) and the Grand Theatre in Warsaw ([1]) (established 1778).
Warsaw is seen as the heart of Poland by foreign investors, whose financial participation in the city's development was estimated in 2002 at over 650 million euro.
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  Warsaw - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Its population as of 2005 was estimated at 1,697,596, with an urban agglomeration of approximately 2,760,000.
Warsaw remained the capital of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth until 1795, when it was annexed by the Kingdom of Prussia to become the capital of the province of New East Prussia.
Warsaw is seen as the heart of Poland by foreign investors, whose financial participation in the city's development was estimated in 2002 at over 650 million euro.
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 Warsaw - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Warsaw is located on both sides of the Vistula river, approximately 350 kilometres from both the Carpathian mountains and the Baltic Sea.
In the course of the September Campaign Warsaw was severely bombed and in the course of the Siege of Warsaw approximately 10 to 15% of all the buildings were destroyed.
Warsaw, and especially its downtown area of Śródmieście is not only home to many national institutions and government agenda, but also is housing a huge number of both domestic and international companies.
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 The Ultimate Warsaw - American History Information Guide and Reference
Warsaw is located on both sides of the Vistula river, approximately 350 kilometres from both the Carpathian mountains and the Baltic Sea.
In the course of the September Campaign Warsaw was severely bombed and in the course of the Siege of Warsaw approximately 10 to 15% of all the buildings were destroyed.
Warsaw is home to over 30 major theatres that are spread throughout the city, including the National Theatre (founded in 1765) and the Grand Theatre in Warsaw ([2]) (established 1778).
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 Warsaw   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
In the course of the September Campaign, Warsaw was severely bombed, and in the course of the Siege of Warsaw approximately 10 to 15% of its buildings were destroyed.
Warsaw, and especially its downtown area of Śródmieście is not only home to many national institutions and government agencies, but also plays host to a huge number of both domestic and international companies.
Warsaw is seen as the heart of Poland by foreign investors whose financial participation in the city's development was estimated to be over 650 million euro a year (2002).
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 Warsaw
Warsaw (Polish: Image:ltspkr.png Warszawa, see also other names, in full The Capital City of Warsaw, Polish: Miasto Stołeczne Warszawa) is the capital of Poland and its largest city.
Aerial view of Warsaw in 1915 In the course of the Polish-Bolshevik War of 1920 there was a huge Battle of Warsaw fought on the eastern outskirts of the city in which the capital of Poland was defended and the Red Army defeated.
The building of the [[Sejm]] ::''Main article: Members of Sejm from Warsaw constituency As the capital of Poland, Warsaw is the political centre of the country.
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 Warsaw
Warsaw (Polish: Warszawa, [varˈʂava], in full The Capital City of Warsaw, Polish: Miasto Stołeczne Warszawa) is the capital of Poland and its largest city.
Its population as of 2006 was estimated at 1,700,536, with a metropolitan area of approximately 2,879,000.
Following the decisions of the Congress of Vienna of 1815, Warsaw became the centre of the Polish Kingdom, a constitutional monarchy under a personal union with Imperial Russia.
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 Warsaw   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Warsaw straddles the Vistula river, approximately 350 kilometres from both the Carpathian mountains and the Baltic Sea.
Warsaw is a municipal ''powiat'' (''county'') and is further divided into 18 boroughs, each one known as a ''dzielnica'' ([http://www.e-warsaw.pl/images/mapa_dzielnice.gif map]), each one with its own administrative body.
Warsaw is home to over 30 major theatres that are spread throughout the city, including the National Theatre (founded in 1765) and the Grand Theatre in Warsaw ([http://www.teatrwielki.pl/index.php?nlang=en]) (established 1778).
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 Members of Sejm from Warsaw constituency - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
All state agencies are located there, including the Polish Parliament, Presidential Office and the Highest Court.
In the Polish parliament both the city and the area are represented by 31 MPs (out of 460 altogether).
Members of Sejm elected from City of Warsaw constituency
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 Warsaw information - Search.com
Its population as of 2004 was estimated at 1,692,900, with an urban agglomeration of approximately 2,760,000.
Warsaw is a municipal powiat (county) and is further divided into 18 boroughs, each one known as a dzielnica (map), each one with its own administrative body.
Public transportation in Warsaw is as efficient as it is ubiquitous, serving the city with trolleybuses, tramways, and a recently opened metro.
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 Warsaw info here at en.35of100d.info   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Its popuIation as of 2005 was estimated at 1,697,596, with an urban aggIomeration of approximateIy 2,760,000.
Warsaw remained the capitaI of the PoIish-Iithuanian CommonweaIth untiI 1795, when it was annexed by the Kingdom of Prussia to become the capitaI of the province of New East Prussia.
In the course of the September Campaign, Warsaw was severeIy bombed, and in the course of the Siege of Warsaw approximateIy 10 to 15% of its buiIdings were destroyed.
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 Warsaw
Warsaw (,, in full The Capital City of Warsaw, Polish: Miasto Stołeczne Warszawa) is the capital of Poland and its largest city.
Its population as of 2005 was estimated at 1,697,596, with an urban agglomeration of approximately 2,760,000.
Public transportation in Warsaw is as efficient as it is ubiquitous, serving the city with trolleybuses, tramways, and metro.
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 Warsaw - GigaDictionary   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Its population as of 2004 was estimated at 1,692,900, with an urban agglomeration of approximately 2,760,000.
As the capital of Poland, Warsaw is the political center of the country.
Public transportation in Warsaw is as efficient as it is ubiquitous, serving the city with trolleybuses, tramways, and a recently opened metro.
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 cars - Warsaw
Warsaw (Polish: Warszawa.ogg, see also other names, in full The Capital City of Warsaw, Polish: Miasto Stołeczne Warszawa) is the capital of Poland and its largest city.
Warsaw is a municipal powiat and is further divided into 18 distinct entities, called dzielnica, (map) with their own administrative bodies.
However, the reconstruction of tramway net was halted, mostly for political reasons, and until 1955 5 new lines were opened, covering most of the city center.
www.carluvers.com /cars/Warsaw   (3778 words)

  
 Warsaw info here at en.centraltest.info   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
A Change of Direction Here is what is going to happen: Instead of covering both 'the work of a lone filmmaker trying to finish his film' and humorous stories about life in Warsaw, this weblog will from now on cover only stories about everyday life in Warsaw.
Uptown teens I was walking behind a group of teenagers in an upmarket area of Warsaw.
Why do sperms have tails?!" The boys jumped around her offering a few of...
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