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    Since September students at the Motor Vehicle Engineering and Secondary Schools Complex located at 1 Szczęśliwicka Street in Warsaw have attended high-standard practical classes in a new teaching hall with specialised training equipment.

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    On Saturday, 7 October, at 7:00 p.m. (Arena Ursynów, 122 Pileckiego St.) we will meet the most beautiful girl who will win the title and the crown of Miss Wheelchair World 2017. The accreditation procedure has just been initiated. Registration is open till 25 September this year.

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    In several weeks' time Warsaw will welcome women on wheelchairs from all over the world. For the first time ever, they will compete for the title and crown of Miss Wheelchair World. Feel invited to vote for Miss Popularity and take part in the Grand Final Gala.

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    Praga district is gaining a new look. The changes have been taking place for several years now. The revitalisation works in the building located at 28 Jagiellońska St., housing the Baj Theatre and Pre-school No. 183, are due to begin at the beginning of September. The modernisation works are being carried out within the Integrated Revitalisation Programme.

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    Warsaw’s residents and tourists can relax and walk along the entire length of the Vistula river boulevard. This over two-kilometre-long promenade was built in stages, and today it can be characterised by the diversity of solutions and attractions which can be encountered there.

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    The tourist industry’s contribution to the capital city's GDP amounts to over PLN 15 billion. Warsaw is the first city in Poland to make such a calculation. This information is available in the most recent issue of a report prepared by the Warsaw Tourist Office (SBT - Stołeczne Biuro Turystyki).

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    Our capital is the most attractive city in Central and Eastern Europe and Central Asia in the business, financial service and natural science sectors. This was demonstrated by experts from EY and Oxford Economics.

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    For the first time ever, women in wheelchairs will have a chance to compete for the title and crown of Miss Wheelchair World. The selection of contestants for the competition aimed at supporting women who strive for independence and increasing their professional and social activity.

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    Snow leopards return to the Warsaw Zoo The construction of a new enclosure for wild cats is complete. The project cost more than PLN 2.4M. The new residents in the Warsaw Zoo are two-year-old Jamir and Ayana.

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    In Warsaw, there are more than 500 km of cycle routes, and the bicycle is no longer just a recreational vehicle, but a real means of transport. Bicycle traffic has grown by around 40 percent over the last two years. 15 August was the record-breaking day – the Vistula Cycle Route near Solec was run by 11 498 people.

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    Tables and chairs for Warsaw residents and tourists have been placed on the Royal Route and Old Town Market Place, and in front of the Multicultural Centre in the Praga District. The idea was proposed by Warsaw’s women.

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    Miodowa Street and Krasiński Square will soon become parts of Krakowskie Przedmieście – the walking trail so loved by Varsovians and tourists alike. Convenient pavements, cycling paths and safe crossings will be created. Warsaw has signed an agreement with the contractor responsible for the renovation.

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    He rubbed shoulders with Warsaw bohemians, Wajda and Kobiela. Today he is enraptured by the modern and friendly city. Giovanni Pampiglione, an Italian theatre director, who has been associated with Warsaw for 50 years already, is another foreigner inviting to visit the capital of Poland in a testimonial.

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    Areas identified by remote sensing as wastelands will become the city green areas. Detailed analysis will make it possible to select those areas to be included in the future in the city’s public area resource. The entire project will be possible thanks to co-financing provided by the European Union.

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    The 2nd of August marks the fifth anniversary of launching the Veturilo Warsaw City Bike System. Despite its short life, it is the most mature bicycle system in Poland, and one of the most recognisable in Europe.

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    A meeting of the insurgents and city authorities at the Warsaw Rising Museum initiated the official celebrations of the 73rd anniversary of the Warsaw Uprising. General Zbigniew Ścibor-Rylski was the guest of honour.

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    Representatives of the Association of Warsaw Insurgents and of the World Union of the Home Army Veterans, gathered in the Warsaw City Hall, and jointly with the Mayor of Warsaw, signed “An Appeal to Warsaw residents” to proudly celebrate the 73rd Anniversary of the Warsaw Uprising.

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    Seventy-three years have passed since the uprising of 1944. From a historical point of view, it is not very long ago, however, it is distant enough to evaluate the events with a cool and clinical detachment, and speak about the facts only in the context of history books and memoirs.

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    Agams, pheasants, Vietnamese potbelly pigs, hawks, elks and even goats ‒ the presence of these animals was reported to the Warsaw municipal guards in the first half of 2017. This was an extremely busy period, seeing a record-breaking number of over 20 thousand roaming animals cases reported to municipal guards.

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    Marina is a young Spanish sportswoman who came to Warsaw to compete against hundreds of athletes in an extremely challenging triathlon race. Along with breaking her own record, she has fallen in love with Warsaw. Marina is yet another foreigner who encourages tourists to visit the Polish Capital in a testimonial video.