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Palace of Culture and Science (Polish: Pałac Kultury i Nauki; abbreviated PKiN) is a notable high-rise building in Warsaw, Poland. Constructed in 1955, it is the center for various companies, public institutions and cultural activities such as concerts, cinemas, theaters, libraries, sports clubs, universities, scientific institutions and authorities of the Polish Academy of Sciences. Motivated by Polish historicism and American art deco high-rise buildings, the PKiN was designed by Soviet architect Lev Rudnev in "Seven Sisters" style and is informally referred to as the Eighth Sister. The Palace of Culture and Science is the tallest building in Poland, the eighth-tallest building in the European Union and one of the tallest on the European continent. It is 237 metres (778 ft) tall, including the structural 43-metre-high (141 ft) spire.
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20 days ago
Stunning building and outstanding views across Warsaw. It's a must of you're visiting for a short time! There are a range of exhibitions on the lower floors and a cafe up at the top. A good time to go is around sunset as you can walk all around the top so get 360° views of the city.
19 days ago
People love it or hate it. I loved it. The building is a testament to the communist era push at uplifting and rebuilding a war torn Warsaw. You can see it from many vantage points in Warsaw. There's a lot of history there.
5 days ago
One of the best view towers in a city ever. On the upper floor there is a huge view terasse, where you can see the whole city. It's windy, but beautiful. You can take really good pictures from there and don't feel like you're going to fall down.
6 days ago
Great view!! But I hope they would love next time to see more smiling cheering staff there. Not all of them where helpful and cheering.
4 months ago
Immense building, inspired by the Empire State so that's what we referred to it as during our stay. Has a real 30s feel to it. Has a cinema and exhibitions inside and we were pleasantly surprised to find it has a viewing gallery up top. 20 zloty to ride the lift (that's about 4 quid) and spend as much time as you like up there taking in views of the city.