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    Warsaw supports the cultural activities of non-governmental organisations, especially in long-term projects. The first major contests for NGOs are starting this year: the Social Cultural Institution and the Permanent Cultural Programme.

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    Capital cultural institutions invite students to participate in lessons and workshops. In the Powszechny Theatre, you can see what goes on backstage, and in the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Museum you can learn details from the life of the Nobel Prize winner.

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    A test of form for everyone – next Monday, an objective Cooper test on the track of Wawelska Centre (former Skra). First series starts at 6:00 pm. Participation in the run is free of charge.

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    Five sections: a retrospective of masterpieces by Taiwanese master Edward Yang, Hong Kong cinematography from the last 25 years, Japanese films sending people into good mood, New Asia Cinema and Asian Cinerama, i.e. the films of masters. Five Flavours Asian Film Festival invites you to the next edition in a hybrid formula. The sale of festival passes have started.

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    „Stand Up. Oppose harassment in public places!" The city supports the campaign of the Centre for Women's Rights and the L’Oréal Paris brand. A series of workshops have been planned according to the 5D method – how to behave when we see sexual harassment.

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    In the first weeks of the war in Ukraine, several hundred thousand refugees arrived in Warsaw. Many of them have stayed to this day and are making a new life in the capital. The Polish Centre for International Aid Foundation helps to find work for organizers of cultural activities, choreographers or library employees in urban cultural institutions by running the "Cash for Work" programme.

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    The renovation of the facade of the tenement house facing Nowogrodzka Street and restoration of the original colours of the building at Andersa Street. At the same time, the city is renovating the interior woodwork and the entrance door at Żurawia Street.

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    From the beginning of September, most buses will run according to pre-holiday timetables. For trams and underground in September, the timetables introduced in June will still apply. From October, Warsaw Public Transport (WPT) vehicles will drive over to stops according to pre-holiday timetables.

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    August 24 is Ukraine's Independence Day. On this day, as well as every day of the war that already lasts for half a year, Warsaw shows support and solidarity with our eastern neighbour. Ukraine is supported by institutions from Warsaw - today a meeting at the Castle Square and a concert of songs from Polesia at the Parade Square is taking place.

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    The Warsaw ZOO welcomed a new member of the hoofed herd – a male vicuña. The little fellow was born in August in front of the visitors, but under the watchful eye of its caretakers.

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    The third edition of Leśna Triada Biegowa - September 10 in the Bielański Forest. A run for adults, Nordic walking, as well as running events and attractions for children – all free of charge. On Friday, the City Hall opened registrations.

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    The giant aquarium over Karski Boulevard, the green Silesian-Dąbrowski Bridge and the "hidden" Jerozolimskie Avenue – is this what Warsaw will look like in 2050? From 17 August to 19 September in front of the Zodiak, visitors can see visions of students of the Faculty of Architecture of the Warsaw University of Technology – at the exhibition "Warsaw 2050 - the city of the future"

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    The capital joins the Stop Smog programme, which will enable the replacement of coal heat sources and thermomodernization of 200 single-family houses in the city. The agreement on this matter was signed today by representatives of the Municipal Office of the Capital City of Warsaw and the National Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management.

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    From Sunday 14 to Monday 22 August, subway trains of the M2 line will end at the Dworzec Wileński subway station. Passengers should be prepared for changes in bus routes and using a special ZM2 bus line.

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    From July 22, the second booster vaccination dose against the coronavirus can be administered to people aged 60-79 and over 12 years of age with impaired immunity. Vaccinations are free of charge and can be performed in municipal clinics in Warsaw.

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    A festive session of the Warsaw City Council was held at the Palace of Culture and Science. This year's event referred not only to the anniversary of the outbreak of the Warsaw Uprising but also to the ongoing war in Ukraine.

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    Polish, English, IT courses and much more - are offered to refugees by the just-opened Ukrainian Education Centre in Warsaw. The Centre is located at 77/79 Marszałkowska Street, in a building which also houses the Service Point for Ukrainian Citizens run by the Labour Office of the City of Warsaw.

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    3.4 million Ukrainians remain in Poland, according to the latest report by the Union of Polish Metropolises. Thus, the population of our country at the end of May was 41.64 million.

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    After the pandemic period, Warsaw is returning to the usual mode of anniversary celebrations: sessions will be held at the Powązki and Insurgents' Cemeteries in Wola, at Krasiński Square, in places of remembrance of heroes and events. The joint singing of insurgent songs will also return.

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    The results of the inspections of drivers transporting passenger cars carried out in the first half of 2022 are already known. Warsaw Capital City President together with the Police, the Border Guard, the Trade Inspection, the Tax Control Office and the Road Transport Inspectorate, checked the legality of the carriers' work.