Warsaw, Famous City of Arts and Sciences in Europe - Part 3

By Tanto Kurniawan

The next following note about the trip is a very interesting special statue, about the city atmosphere, music and lifestyle in the city of Warsaw. You will love it.
Of course!


If the world famous composer Chopin that was born in Warsaw, it turns out the city also has another figure that is not less famous of Chopin. The figure is Nicolaus Copernicus, an astronomer who is very well known in the science world.

Copernicus statue wearing a toga with a compass in the right hand and an astrology tools in his left hand, his eyes facing the sky that was built in the oldest scientific academy complex in Europe in the city of Warsaw.

Don’t you think that the old town of Warsaw is known only for classical music and science. Warsaw younger generation does not want to miss the modern life with their colleagues in Paris, Rome, London and Madrid in fashion. Music and lifestyle.

Cafes scattered everywhere including the Hard Rock Café, the mall where young people meet, cinemas and leisure facilities are all available in the city of Warsaw. Seems that the western culture dominates in both young and old generations after the escape from the control of the Soviet Union era.

Taxi drivers in Warsaw tune their radio in the cab that brought the famous pop rock songs. The song is sung by Lionel Richie, "Say you say me, say it for always, that's the way it should be ... Say you say me, say it together. Naturally ..."

April 14, 2013

(Source T Kurniawan, travelKompas /Image T Kurniawan)

Tanto Kurniawan. A businessman in a property company in Indonesia, has a hobby of traveling. This articles ever published on the travelKompas site with a little adjustment for this blog.


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