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    Warsaw is the best among Central and Eastern European cities in this year's edition of the acclaimed "European Cities & Regions of the Future" ranking held by the Financial Times. In the main ranking, among 330 European cities, ours was only behind London, Amsterdam and Dublin. Warsaw was followed by, among others, Paris, Berlin and Barcelona. And in the "Business Friendliness" category, Warsaw came 2nd only behind London.

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    Municipal elections will be held on 7 April 2024 from 7 am to 9 pm. The Prime Minister's regulation on this matter was published on January 29, 2024.

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    Warsaw is the perfect place to run an innovative business. According to the "Fintech industry in Warsaw " report, experts in this field can expect salaries of up to PLN 12,000 gross already at the beginning of their career. And after five years, as much as 20-30,000.

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    Attractive for business, foreign investors, and talents. Entering cautiously into public-private partnerships. Innovative, supporting startups and "beginner" entrepreneurs. Such was the economic Warsaw of 2023.

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    The capital's PIT lottery runs from 15 January to 31 May. Those who indicate Warsaw as the place of settlement can take part in a lottery and win an electric car and other attractive prizes.

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    The European Commission has published a report on the quality of life in European cities. Warsaw scored highly in the report. The capital is appreciated for its labour market, the development of public transport and the improvement of the overall quality of life.

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    Before the end of last year, drivers returned to Goworka and Spacerowa Streets, and Gagarina St. regained its connection to Belwederska St. Buses and individuals can now use this 2.5 km long string of streets. In the coming days, the works will begin on another section of the tram route to Wilanów, i.e. the intersection of Belwederska, Sobieskiego, Dolna and Chełmska streets.

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    The spirit of Christmas can be felt in the streets of Warsaw more and more with each passing day. Last week, the Christmas illumination was turned on, and Mayor Rafał Trzaskowski ceremoniously switched on the lights on the Christmas tree in Castle Square. Concerts, theatre performances and a silent disco were held over the weekend. And all this is only the beginning of Christmas attractions in the capital.

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    The European Commission has announced the final results of the European Innovation Capital (iCapital) competition. Warsaw came second in this year's competition, beating dozens of cities from across the Old Continent.

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    The new seat of the Museum of Modern Art will open to the public in the autumn of 2024. To mark the occasion, MSN Warsaw will hold its largest exhibition in history, showcasing artworks from its collection amassed over nearly 20 years of the museum’s existence. The display will include works by Alina Szapocznikow, Magdalena Abakanowicz and Edward Dwurnik.

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    The European Commission has announced this year's finalists for the European Capital of Innovation (iCapital) competition. Warsaw reached the final. It will now compete for the prestigious title of European Capital of Innovation 2023 together with Lisbon and Lviv.

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    Feature films, documentaries, independent films, animation, and short films from all over the world - Warsaw is preparing for a flurry of film festivals this autumn. The capital's cinemas are screening films for young audiences, as well as horror and fantasy films.

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    Applications for sports scholarships from the Capital City of Warsaw for 2024 are now open. Talented athletes or their parents, as well as coaches, can do so until 2nd January next year.

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    The Pearls of Warsaw 2023 - the winning walking trails in the annual competition organised by the city - are now known. More than seventy participants took part in the competition with proposals for tours in various districts of the capital, from Wawer to Bemowo.

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    In the second half of September, a great celebration of global music - the Crossroads of Cultures Festival - will take place in Warsaw. The list of performing artists includes Vieux Farka Touré, Tamikrest, and Sara Correia. In addition to the concerts, workshops for families with children, panel discussions, and an exhibition are also planned. Most of the events will take place at the Drama Theatre.

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    On land and water. From sunrise to sunset. On the right and left bank. The Vistula District invites all Varsovians to Płyta Desantu - for the joint end of the season and the jubilee 15th edition of the Vistula Festival.

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    On 25 and 26 August, residents of the capital can listen live to hits from the repertoires of The Rolling Stones, U2, Coldplay, Nirvana, Ed Sheeran or Harry Styles. All thanks to the extraordinary Warsaw Undercover Festival event, which will take place on Friday and Saturday at Legia Park at Łazienkowska Street 3. A free public Warsaw Festival Zone will be waiting for those interested.

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    A unique Night of Photography will take place on 18 August. The event will feature award-winning photographs by debutants and some of Poland's most famous photographers. Participation in the shows is free of charge.

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    During the 79th anniversary of the outbreak of the Warsaw Uprising, ceremonies and events are being held across the capital to commemorate this heroic insurgence. Residents and visitors should expect traffic changes and parking restrictions. Special bus and tram lines will take to the streets.

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    "Love always exists" (PL- Miłość istnieje zawsze) is the slogan for this year's commemoration of the anniversary of the Warsaw Uprising. Emotions and values are the themes of many events in the 79th anniversary programme. At the 25 July press conference announcing the commemorations, the Warsaw insurgents issued an appeal to honour the 'W' hour with dignity.