Called the Phoenix City, burnt to ashes during World War II by the Germans, rebuilt thanks to huge effort from its citizens. Distorted by the Soviet doctrine that dominated the country for almost 50 years. Where architecture is a reflection of its difficult history: old town, modern skyscrapers and communist housing projects. My Birthplace.
A lot has been told about Warsaw, good and bad, but my truth is that whenever I come here it feels like home.
It keeps surprising me.