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    On Sunday 23rd May in Warsaw, will take place nationwide African Day.

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    Warsaw has been ranked on the third place in the ranking of the favorite European cities of entrepreneurs. The strongest aspect of the Polish capital city is the access to financing for small and medium-sized enterprises as well as more flexible labor law than in other countries.

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    In April 2010 world’s attention turned to Katyń (Russia), due to a tragic plane crash, which has killed an entire group of Polish dignitaries, travelling to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the Katyń Massacre. The Polish President Lech Kaczyński (Former Mayor of Warsaw) was one of the passengers.

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    The 200th anniversary of Fryderyk Chopin’s birth saw the opening of the Fryderyk Chopin Museum, thoroughly renovated and modernized, at the street of Tamka in Warsaw. There we will be able to see the conditions Chopin lived in, listen to his works and even feel the smell of his favourite flowers.

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    Warsaw has already started preparations for “The Night of Museums” which, like every year, will take place in mid-May. Previous editions, year by year, were becoming more and more popular and the last one was a huge success – with the participation of 140 cultural centers and institutions which were visited by nearly 200,000 people.

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    During 17 days of the Meetings we will see 450 artists from all over the country. 13,000 tickets are already put on sale.

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    On Warsaw Fryderyk Chopin Airport a poster with the composer greets and bids farewell to visitors to Poland

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    On Saturday 27 March, precisely at 8.30 pm, Warsaw was enveloped in darkness. The lights on the Palace of Culture and Science, the City Hall, the Royal Castle, bridges and many other buildings, went out. The 2010 Earth Hour struck.

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    How are hitherto empty fields in the Praga Południe district changing into wonderful inhabitant-friendly places?