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What's Up :: Saxon Palace in Warsaw to be rebuilt

01.08.2021 14:30
The Saxon Palace in the capital was one of Poland's most distinctive buildings prior to World War Two - it was blown up by the Nazis in 1944 after the Warsaw Rising
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Warszawa 1925-1939. Pałac Saski
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Presented by Sławek Szefs with Agnieszka Bielawska

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