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    Staff of the Życie jest fajne [Life is nice] cafe club, which hires adults suffering from autism, had been dreaming of visiting the Kabaty Technical and Holding Station. Rafał Trzaskowski, Mayor of Warsaw, promised to make this dream come true and on 17 April an exceptional tour was organised.

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    On 19 April, Friday, at 12.00 o'clock, the roll call of honour, Qaddish and the placing of wreaths in front of the Monument to the Ghetto Heroes marked the beginning of commemoration of the outbreak of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. That day volunteers also distributed daffodils made of paper - a symbol of memory of the Uprising.

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    Pansies, daisies, crocuses, daffodils, and tulips – colourful seasonal flower compositions have blossomed at urban transport terminus stations.

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    Another campaign involving the free process of cat and dog micro-chipping, sterilisation, and castration, has already begun. The residents may bring their animals for the procedures to 29 veterinary points. The campaign will continue till 13 December.

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    A competition for the leasing of premises along the Vistula has already commenced. Cultural meetings, sporting events, and concerts will be organised by eight coffee clubs. In the summer season, noise monitoring and additional Municipal Guard patrols will be organised on the boulevards.

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    This year, in order to increase the capacity of Warsaw's nurseries, available free of charge, the City will be financing more places in facilities run by private entities. With a view to securing several thousand places for 2019-2022, the Mayor of Warsaw has announced an open competition. This marks a subsequent implementation stage of the “Warsaw for the Youngest programme”.

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    In 2019 the City of Warsaw will make alterations to nearly 100 locations which have been hindering movement around the city. Removing the architectural barriers will further contribute to improved accessibility and safety on Warsaw’s roads.

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    On 11 March, on its 91st anniversary, the Warsaw Zoo joined in the celebration of the Zoological Gardens' Mission Day. The zoo provides care for 49 endangered animal species. It is a place where veterinarians develop their medical knowledge and where children learn how to care about environment.

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    A smart city and the leader in the Central and Eastern Europe, with great investment potential. This is how Warsaw is described in a report entitled “Warsaw – Your Place to Invest.”

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    Anny German Street in Żoliborz will soon become the construction site of a nursery and primary school complex for 800 pupils and 150 preschoolers On 11 March Warsaw’s authorities signed a contract for the construction of the establishment.

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    Fountains, a skatepark, an exercise area and more green spaces are just a few assets of the newly renovated section of embankments by the Świętokrzyski Bridge. The new section of the Vistula promenade is available for Varsovians and tourists.

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    A state-of-the-art school complex is being developed on Gilarska Street to house almost 1,000 pupils. Warsaw’s authorities signed an agreement for the construction of a primary school. The new school is due to start in September 2020.

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    This March, children from Nursery School No. 334 have moved to a new building. Its rooms are equipped with multimedia boards and colourful and functional furniture. This is the third modular building in the Bielany District that has been opened this year.

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    It was exactly on the 2nd of March that the first 100 days of Rafał Trzaskowski's serving as the Mayor of Warsaw had passed.

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    On 7 March 2019, Warsaw councillors adopted a resolution to raise the salaries of both teacher trainees and contract teachers. The pay-rise costs will be covered from the Warsaw local-government budget.

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    Between 12 and 15 March, our Capital City will be showcased at MIPIM 2019, Europe’s leading property market. This will be an excellent opportunity to promote Warsaw’s economic and investment potential.

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    The latest ranking by the fDi Magazine, presenting the best Polish cities of the future 2019/2010, the Capital City has been appreciated again for its economic potential, human capital, quality of life, and accessibility. Warsaw was also recognised as the most business-friendly city.

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    The Warsaw Hospital for Children opens its advanced intensive care room with three stations, and upgraded, comfortable wards.

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    In the previous year, Warsaw found itself among the top 15 destinations chosen by Israeli tourists. The survey was conducted by Lametayel.co.il, the leading Hebrew tourist website. Our Capital City ranked among such renowned cities as Amsterdam, Berlin, Rome, and Barcelona.

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    Everyone is equal before the law. No form of discrimination is allowed, and Warsaw should be open to everybody. Guided by the Constitution of the Republic of Poland, the country’s fundamental law, and the vision of the Capital City as a friendly and inclusive place, Mayor Rafał Trzaskowski signed the LGBT+ Declaration.