Warsaw’s Unique Old Town And New Town In Pictures

Wandering around the Old Town and New Town of Warsaw you would assume the cobbled squares, gingerbread style buildings and ornate churches are hundreds of years old when they are in fact decades: both towns were completely demolished in the Second World War and rebuilt from scratch. The New Town is so called because the original was the first part of Warsaw to be built outside of the original city wall ring, but dating back to the 15th Century it was not much newer than the Old Town and was one of the oldest parts of Warsaw.

Both neighbourhoods are very pretty to wander around; there is nothing Disneyfied about them and you would never guess they had been rebuilt. These photographs of the Old Town and New Town can by bought from my Etsy photography prints shop along with many other prints of Warsaw ( and there’s currently 15% off everything in my shop for a limited time only).

Warsaw Old Town Square
Warsaw Old Town Square
Warsaw Old Town Square
Warsaw New Town
Warsaw New Town
Warsaw Old Town Square
Warsaw New Town
Warsaw New Town
Warsaw Old Town
Warsaw New Town

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