On the boundary of East and West, Warsaw is unlike any other city in Europe. It gives the impression of being a disorderly city with little harmony where attractive districts and Baroque pre-war buildings stand alongside Stalinist blocks of flats and ultra-modern buildings. However, this urban diversity reflects the unique and moving personality of this atypical capital, providing a window onto Poland's past suffering and its future ambitions.
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