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    The Warsaw art restorer makes an invitation to the “Signboards from the Warsaw Old Town ‒ metaloplastic works of art” exhibition (to be seen in the courtyard of the Branicki Palace at 18/20 Nowy Świat Street).

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    Warsaw residents and tourists are kindly invited to practise summer outdoor activities for free in the Vistula District Recreation Zone. Summer attractions will be offered by the end of September in the Poniatówka beach near the PGE National Stadium and the Poniatowski bridge.

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    The first weekend of July will see the third summer edition of the Open Ząbkowska festival. The event is held as part of the city’s Integrated Revitalisation Programme involving cooperation between the Powszechny Theatre and Praga District’s cultural managers, artists, clubs and NGOs.

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    This year marks the 25th anniversary of the cooperation between Warsaw and Tel Aviv. Over the years both cities particularly strengthened their cultural, tourist and educational contacts.

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    Warsaw’s councillors decided that the section of the Bohdan Grzymała-Siedlecki Boulevard, located between the Świętokrzystki Bridge and the Śląsko-Dąbrowski Bridge, will be named after General George Smith Patton – an outstanding US commander during World War II.

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    Last weekend (17-18 June) swarms of people came to Warsaw's boulevards. The section from the Świętokrzyski Bridge to Karowa Street, opened on Wednesday 16 June, attracted nearly 100,000 Warsaw residents and tourists.

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    Since June a new nursery school has been operating at ul. Boguszewska. This is the 334th city nursery school in Warsaw and the 28th built over the course of the last ten years.

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    The city will be building underground car parks to prevent cars from parking on pavements and squares. This will make streets friendlier to both residents and tourists.

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    The city is launching another tranche of the subsidy for conservation, renovation and construction work to be performed on Warsaw’s historic buildings. During the session on 22 June the councillors made the decision to provide nearly PLN 19 million in funding for this purpose.

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    Under the Grow with Greater Warsaw project, the Polish capital city will support local enterprises with PLN 22 million. The preparations for the support programme for small and medium-sized enterprises from the Warsaw metropolis have been summed up.

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    Mayor of Warsaw signed the foundation act for the South Hospital. After being enclosed in a special tube, it was walled up in a concrete block and placed in the spread foundation of the north-western part of the institution.

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    In September, Warsaw will witness the arrival of wonderful women in wheelchairs from all around the world who, for the first time in history, will compete for the Miss Wheelchair World crown. In addition to the social impact of the event, it will also provide an opportunity to exchange information on the latest scientific and medical achievements.

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    As part of the Integrated Territorial Investments in the Warsaw metropolis, local authorities have signed agreements for EU funding worth over PLN 320 million. This money will help i.a. provide additional places for children in nurseries, as well as to build cycle paths and P&R facilities.

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    The location and the working hours of the customer service point of the City of Warsaw dealing with the legalisation of foreigners’ stay are being changed on Monday, 5th June.

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    The construction of the Świętokrzyska Route is coming to an end. The streets, railway tunnels, pavements and cycle paths are nearly completed. The construction works are due to be completed in September.

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    On 26th May, a café located in a pavilion at Jana Karskiego Boulevard has initiated its activity. Apart from having a cup of coffee, the visitors of the pavilion will have the chance to learn about Warsaw's tourist attractions and use the opportunity to take part in special cultural events.

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    On 23 May, an agreement for constructing a district cultural centre was signed. The City allocated nearly PLN 21.4 million for the implementation of the construction project on the corner of Indiry Gandhi and Komisji Edukacji Narodowej Streets.

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    A new cycle path will be built along Jagiellońska Street this year. It is another project being implemented under Integrated Territorial Investments (ITI). 19 investments will be implemented in Warsaw under ITI.

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    On 24 May, the first modular mobile shower for the homeless was launched. It will be stationed in three different locations (at present it is set up on Wenedów Street). The mobile shower system will be operated by Caritas of the Warsaw-Praga Diocese.

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    An exceptionally warm weather and the attractions laid on by the institutions made for one excellent Night of the Museums (20.05). The visitors crowded the streets and museums, enjoying concerts and exhibitions. Waiting in long queues did not discourage people.