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Rotunda PKO w Warszawie, Warsaw

Categories: Architectural Buildings, Tourist Spots
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2.2/5 based on 35 reviews on the web
PKO Rotunda is a rotunda-type building owned by the PKO BP bank in the center of Warsaw, Poland. Designed from 1960–1969 by chief architect Jerzy Jakubowicz, it was the site of the 1979 Warsaw gas explosion.
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  • At the intersection of 4 major roads, including tram whizzing on both sides there is this peculiar circular structure, a symbol of modernist Warsaw! @gargio76 
  • Rotunda makes me only explosion of gas in 1979, I don't know, maybe he has some architectural values, although so far not met with some review on this topic. I'm not an architect and do not know how to appreciate. For me, it's pretty ugly building with times of PRL, and I see no reason to be any attraction.
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  • Place for a quick meeting. It is not nice but very characteristic of the city. I used this place marked the tragedy, gas explosion (probably 70.)
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  • Cool
  • very nice view
  • Symbol Warszawy
  • Miejsce spotkan o ktorym wiedza wszystcy
  • Umówiłem się z nią pod rotundą
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