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Old April 10th, 2013, 07:33 PM   #161
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"Warszawa wczoraj, dziś i jutro - Warsaw of yesterday, today and tomorrow" (1938 exhibition in the National Museum)

http://audiovis.nac.gov.pl/obraz/148...ab40c4ecc0e75/

Opening of the exhibition by Poland´s President Ignacy Mościcki (accompanied by Warsaw´s President Stefan Starzynski)

http://audiovis.nac.gov.pl/obraz/149830:1/

One of the exhibition rooms

http://audiovis.nac.gov.pl/obraz/148573:1/

Warsaw of yesterday, Model of Warsaw as it appeared in the moment it became the capital of the Polish-Lithuanian commonwealth

http://img826.imageshack.us/img826/2...130410kl17.png

Warsaw of yesterday, Model of the old town Barbican

http://audiovis.nac.gov.pl/obraz/148576:1/

Warsaw of yesterday

http://audiovis.nac.gov.pl/obraz/148574:1/

Warsaw of yesterday, Symbolic keys to Warsaw given to Poland´s last king Stanislaw August Poniatowski

http://audiovis.nac.gov.pl/obraz/148805:3/

Warsaw of today, map of pre-war Warsaw

http://img713.imageshack.us/img713/5...130410kl18.png

Warsaw of today, Warsaw´s Gas refinery

http://audiovis.nac.gov.pl/obraz/148580:2/

Warsaw of today, market halls in Warsaw (On the right you can see the only available image of the pre-war interior of Hala mirowska

http://audiovis.nac.gov.pl/obraz/148581:2/



http://img545.imageshack.us/img545/5...130410kl18.png

Warsaw of tomorrow, The planned Marshal Pilsudski borough (Pole mokotowskie - Mokotow field)

http://audiovis.nac.gov.pl/obraz/148585:2/

Warsaw of tomorrow, Surroundings around the National Museum (PS: I would prefer that skyscraper instead of the building standing there today = former headquarter of PZPR - The communist party)

http://audiovis.nac.gov.pl/obraz/148804/

Warsaw of tomorrow, the green city

http://audiovis.nac.gov.pl/obraz/148582:2/

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Interesting, this slogans could have been used in 1958 too, they are surprisingly similar.
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Aleja 3 maja - May 3 avenue

Overview of the aveunue

http://www.fotopolska.eu/foto/22/22223.jpg


http://www.warszawa1939.pl/zdjecia/3...d/3maja_01.jpg


http://www.warszawa1939.pl/zdjecia/3maja/old/3maja.jpg


http://www.fotopolska.eu/foto/126/126688.jpg


http://www.fotopolska.eu/foto/136/136341.jpg

1936

http://www.fotopolska.eu/foto/159/159739.jpg

Viaduct to the Poniatowski bridge

http://www.fotopolska.eu/foto/22/22375.jpg


http://www.fotopolska.eu/foto/19/19840.jpg

Stairs down from the viaduct to street level (Czerwonego krzyza street - Red cross street)

http://www.fotopolska.eu/foto/218/218788.jpg

View from the viaduct on the Red cross street (This street no longer exists)

http://www.warszawa1939.pl/zdjecia/c...rwonego_01.jpg

Modern blocks built in 1932

http://www.warszawa1939.pl/zdjecia/3...d/3maja_07.jpg

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Most Poniatowskiego - Poniatowski bridge

This 506 m long steel bridge, consisting of eight spans, was designed by Stefan Szyller. Its construction, started in 1904, was supervised by engineers Mieczysław Marszewski and Wacław Paszkowski. Despite being viewed by many as an extravagance (opponents of its construction included the then mayor of Warsaw and the writer Bolesław Prus), it was opened on January 6, 1914, by the Russian Governor General, Georgi Skalon, as Warsaw's third bridge; hence it was nicknamed "third bridge" (Polish: "trzeci most") by the city's residents, though its official name was "Bridge of Our Most Gracious Ruler, Tsar Nicholas II" (Warsaw then being part of the Russian Empire, following the 18th-century partitions of Poland). After Poland regained independence in 1918, the bridge was renamed after Prince Józef Poniatowski and acquired a new nickname — "Poniatoszczak" — which it retains to this day.

The bridge has suffered much during the World Wars. During the First World War, in 1915, the retreating Russian army blew up four of the spans, to slow down German pursuit. The bridge was hastily rebuilt by the Germans — only to burn down in an accident soon afterwards. After the war, the structure was rebuilt by the new Polish government over the course of five years, from 1921 to 1926. During the May Coup the bridge was the meeting place of the President of Poland, Stanisław Wojciechowski, and the leader of the coup, Marshal of Poland Józef Piłsudski. During the Second World War the bridge was destroyed by German troops during the Warsaw Uprising, on 13 September 1944. That demolition was much more complete: all spans were toppled, and only the lower piers survived.

The first plans by the new Polish government provided for the construction of a wooden temporary structure on the surviving pillars, but hasty work caused the bridge to collapse. Restored again on new pillars, the bridge was reopened again on 22 July 1946 by Bolesław Bierut. However, the reopened bridge lost much of its pre-war splendor, as limited funds meant that there were no resources to restore various non-functional neo-Polish renaissance decorations like hand-made balustrades or stone benches. Some of the old pre-war benches, as well as one of the old spans, can be seen in the water near the bridge at low water levels.


http://www.fotopolska.eu/foto/101/101482.jpg


http://www.fotopolska.eu/foto/379/379867.jpg


http://www.fotopolska.eu/foto/380/380020.jpg


http://www.fotopolska.eu/foto/23/23108.jpg

Railway bridge built in the 1930´s

http://www.fotopolska.eu/foto/390/390223.jpg

Leaving the left bank of Warsaw by crossing the Vistula into Praga and Saska Kepa district.

http://www.fotopolska.eu/foto/14/14740.jpg

Welcome to Praga! On the left you can see the future site of the "XX-years stadium" today the site of the "National Stadium"

http://www.fotopolska.eu/foto/131/131372.jpg

Next post: Football clubs and football fields in pre-war Warsaw
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Football clubs and football fields in pre-war Warsaw

10. On the map below - Legia
Stadium of the Polish army (Home of the current leader of Poland´s premiership Legia Warszawa) - Southern Warsaw

http://imageshack.us/a/img401/5387/s...130422kl12.png

2. On the map below - Polonia
Polonia Warsaw stadium - Northern Warsaw

http://audiovis.nac.gov.pl/obraz/191...8e2a104d6eb71/

The great Warsaw derby - Polonia Warszawa (1911) vs Legia Warszawa (1916)

http://audiovis.nac.gov.pl/obraz/190...b2c47ef0009d7/

Overview of Warsaw´s prewar football clubs and football fields.

http://www.karta.org.pl/pdf/orginal/13506420514610.jpg
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I believe this is outside Warsaw. Will this great building ever be saved? It hurts me to see it like that.

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http://photo.bikestats.eu/zdjecie,33...ich-guzow.html
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That would be magnificent if it is ever restored. I can see it in my mind.
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I believe this is outside Warsaw. Will this great building ever be saved? It hurts me to see it like that.
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From Wikipedia. Looks like some work is going on. In 1992 the Sobanski family got the estate back.
"The palace after many years of ruins still in a bad condition, like also the garden witch is overgrew by thickets. The old palace chapel(nowadays S.Felix de Valois church) is the only renewed part with the small part of the enrolled garden."


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Gu...north_cm01.jpg




Feliks Sobanski's family lived here, surprisingly, up until 1945. Then the friendly Russians came in to "liberate" Poland and plundered the palace. Sad but unfortunately typical of Russian behavior. Slavic brothers of ours.
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Some more information courtesy of CNN.

Click on the link. It's in English.
http://www.cnn.com/2010/WORLD/europe...ity/index.html
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Encouraging updates. But also of course a sad story of loss. I hope the family is able to raise the money for the restoration.
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President Starzynski´s unrealized dream - The world exhibition of 1943 in Southern Praga borough

I know it is hard to believe, but in fact Warsaw´s president seriously wanted to apply to host the World exhibition of 1943 and transform the area which today is the site of the National stadium and the planned "Port of Praga" development area.

The area would feature a Palace of art and a Museum of science, industry and technology. (Quite similar functions to what was given the Palace of culture and science after the war).

Here are some visualizations of the planned exhibition areas. Among them is the planned Karowa bridge.


http://naszastolica.blox.pl/resource...a_Pradze_b.jpg


https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-f...520Pradze2.jpg

Karowa bridge visible furthest to the left.

https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-O...520Pradze3.jpg

Poniatowski bridge, on the left you see the current site of the National Stadium.

https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-e...%B3rskiego.jpg


http://m.ocdn.eu/_m/dd8e4dbbe7ba1a9e...92319,10,1.jpg


https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-n...520Pradze1.jpg

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Praga polnoc - Northern Praga

The historical Praga was a small settlement located at the eastern bank of the Vistula river, directly opposite the towns of Old Warsaw and Mariensztat, both being parts of Warsaw now. First mentioned in 1432, it derived its name from the Polish verb prażyć, meaning to burn or to roast, as it occupied a forested area that was burnt out to make place for the village.

Separated from Warsaw by a wide river, it developed independently of the nearby city, and on February 10, 1648 king Władysław IV of Poland granted Praga with a city charter. However, as it was mostly a suburb and most buildings were wooden, the town was repeatedly destroyed by fires, floods and foreign armies. Currently the only surviving historical monument from that epoch is the Church of Our Lady of Loreto.
Although there were numerous attempts to build a permanent bridge across the river, none succeeded and Praga remained a separate entity well into the 18th century.

Communication between the capital and Praga was maintained by privately run ferries and, in the winter, over the ice. Finally, in 1791, during the reign of Stanisław August Poniatowski, Praga was attached to Warsaw as a borough.

The Battle of Praga, or Battle of Warsaw of 1794, was a Russian assault during the Kościuszko Uprising in 1794. It was followed by a massacre in which over 20,000 inhabitants of the Praga district lost their lives.

Unlike the western parts of Warsaw, Praga remained relatively untouched during World War II and in the postwar period of reconstruction, the capital was home to many ministries and public facilities.

Because of the traditional separate status of Praga, there are two Catholic dioceses in Warsaw: Archdiocese of Warsaw with St. John's Cathedral and Diocese of Warsaw-Praga with St. Florian's Cathedral.

Targowa street

http://www.studiop2.pl/starawarszawa...s/praga_08.jpg


http://fotopolska.eu/foto/239/239096.jpg

Praga park

http://www.studiop2.pl/starawarszawa...s/praga_03.jpg

Praga synagogue

http://zmh.um.warszawa.pl/s5.gif


http://www.twoja-praga.pl/img/miejsc...oga_praska.jpg

Orthodox church of Maria Magdalena´s apostles

http://www.fotopolska.eu/foto/17/17153.jpg

Saint Michael and Saint Florian church in Praga (rebuilt after the war)

http://www.fotopolska.eu/foto/142/142480.jpg


http://www.fotopolska.eu/foto/241/241031.jpg

Panorama of pre-war Warsaw as seen from Praga (right-bank Warsaw)
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Panorama of pre-war Warsaw as seen from Praga (right-bank Warsaw)

Historical panorama from 1578-1603

http://fotopolska.eu/foto/362/362916.jpg

Castle city Warsaw as seen in 1700-1747

http://fotopolska.eu/foto/119/119922.jpg

The famous Canaletto painting of the city from 1770

http://fotopolska.eu/foto/257/257883.jpg

Panorama from 1900

http://fotopolska.eu/foto/192/192229.jpg

German sketch of the city 1914-1918

http://fotopolska.eu/foto/141/141488.jpg

Panorama from 1916

http://fotopolska.eu/foto/339/339991.jpg

Panorama from 1920´s

http://fotopolska.eu/foto/396/396217.jpg

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Warszawskie Zoo - Warsaw Zoo

Although the current zoo was opened on 11 March 1928, it roots can be traced to 17th century private menageries, often open to the public. King Jan Sobieski III kept a court menagerie in Wilanów, and the 19th century saw several private zoos opened in the city.

M. Pągowski opened a small zoo on Koszykowa Street in 1926, and moved this zoo to a new 10,000-square-metre (110,000 sq ft) area on Maja Avenue in 1927. The construction of the 32-hectare (79-acre) City Zoological Garden was started in 1927 as well. In November 1927 the zoo gained a director when Wenanty Burdziński, former director and founder of the zoological garden in Kiev, was appointed to the post. Construction of the zoo was fast, and the zoo was opened in March 1928, with some animals purchased from M. Pągowski and some donated by the Pedagogical Museum, which had a small zoo on its premises.

Animals resident at the zoo when it opened included lions, tigers, and a female Indian elephant named Kasia.

Wenanty Burdziński died of acute pneumonia before the end of 1928, and Jan Żabiński was appointed director. Before World War II, Jan oversaw the creation of several exhibits including the monkey house, elephant house, enclosures for antelopes, a seal pond, and the giraffe barn. He was director of the zoo until 1939, was re-appointed in 1949, and continued in the post until 1951. In 1937 the zoos female elephant Kasia gave birth to the first Indian elephant born in a Polish zoo.

The zoo was bombed in September 1939, and many animals died. After the surrender of Warsaw to the Germans, most of the remaining animals were taken to Germany and the zoo was closed. During World War II, Jan Żabiński, the director, together with his wife Antonina and their son Ryszard, saved more than 200 Jews from the Holocaust.

Jan Żabinski was seriously injured during the 1944 Warsaw uprising, and taken prisoner. When he returned, animals started being reintroduced to the zoo, which was reopened in 1949.


http://www.audiovis.nac.gov.pl/obraz...4ecf031b256c9/


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http://www.audiovis.nac.gov.pl/obraz...4ecf031b256c9/

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Amazing photos, thank yoU!
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Most Kierbedzia - The Kierbedz bridge

Most Kierbedzia - Warsaw first steel bridge over river Vistula and the first to be built in Warsaw since the permanent bridge of King Zygmunt August was destroyed during a flood in 1603. The bridge was built in the years 1859-1864, had six spans and length of about 500 m.

The bridge´s official name until 1918 was "Alexander´s bridge". On August 5, 1915 about 6 am withdrawing from Warsaw, Russian troops blew up the two middle spans, without damaging the pillars. The bridge was rebuilt in 1916.

After Poland regained her independence in 1918 the bridge was renamed to "Most Kierbedzia" after the bridge´s architect Stanisław Kierbedź.

The bridge survived the terror bombing of Warsaw but was blown up during the Warsaw Uprising on 13 September 1944 by the German army to prevent an soviet takeover of left-bank Warsaw.

After the war, the surviving pillars where used for the construction of a new bridge, the current Śląsko-Dabrowski bridge.

The bridge shortly after it was opened in 1864

http://fotopolska.eu/foto/337/337755.jpg


http://fotopolska.eu/foto/368/368916.jpg


http://fotopolska.eu/foto/12/12104.jpg


http://fotopolska.eu/foto/192/192041.jpg

Entering the bridge from Praga (right bank side of Warsaw)

http://fotopolska.eu/foto/18/18122.jpg


http://fotopolska.eu/foto/159/159826.jpg

The bridge after it was blown up in 1915

http://fotopolska.eu/foto/220/220432.jpg

Repaired bridge in 1920´s

http://fotopolska.eu/foto/23/23102.jpg

Leaving the bridge and entering the Nowy Zjazd street

http://fotopolska.eu/foto/162/162763.jpg

1924, looking from the Old town to Praga

http://fotopolska.eu/foto/337/337210.jpg

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Nowy zjazd street - Wiadukt Pancerna


http://www.fotopolska.eu/foto/265/265606.jpg


http://www.fotopolska.eu/foto/125/125735.jpg


http://www.fotopolska.eu/foto/314/314582.jpg


http://www.warszawa1939.pl/zdjecia/z...d/zjazd_08.jpg


http://www.fotopolska.eu/foto/326/326966.jpg


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http://www.fotopolska.eu/foto/282/282135.jpg


http://www.fotopolska.eu/foto/380/380022.jpg


http://www.fotopolska.eu/foto/245/245711.jpg

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That was really fascinating area.
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