Warsaw

Plac Zbawiciela

  Plac Zbawiciela     more than a year ago
Standing on Ul. Marszałkowska at the junction of Al. Jerozolimskie, looking south it's difficult not to see the large spires of the Church of the Holiest Saviour, built between 1901-27, towering over what is called Saviour Square (Plac Zbawiciela). The star square was originally part of an 18th century urban route leading to the nearby Ujazdowski Castle and Łazienki Park. With the passing of time, it became a square linking surrounding streets and was given its current name in 1922. For years it had some shops and under par restaurants, however, in the last few years it has become a hipster hangout, even being dubbed Hipster Square, with one of Warsaw's favourite bars Plan B in the square.

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