Warsaw/Bemowo

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Bemowo on the map of Warsaw
Exaltation of the Holy Cross church in Bemowo
Fort Bema

Bemowo is a district of Warsaw. The name comes from Józef Bem. Bemowo is further divided into Bemowo-Lotnisko, Boernerowo, Chrzanów, Fort Bema, Groty, Górce, Jelonki and Osiedle Przyjaźń.

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  • Main streets in Bemowo are: ul. Powstańców Śląskich, ul. Połczyńska, ul. Górczewska, ul. Lazurowa, ul. Radiowa and ul. Wrocławska.
  • Tram termini: Boernerowo, Os. Górczewska. See the map for bus termini.

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  • Fortifications that constituted the Warsaw Fortress in the 19th century. Four of them were preserved, these are: Fort IV Chrzanów, Fort III Blizne (Groty), Fort IIA Radiowo (Babice), Fort P (Parysów) Bema. [1] (PDF, in Polish)
  • Transatlantic Radio Exchange (Transatlantycka Centrala Radiotelegraficzna), or rather ruins thereof [2] (in Polish). The twin object in Grimeton, Sweden is still preserved [3].

Do[edit]

  • Sports and Recreation Centre (Ośrodek Sportu i Rekreacji). Swimming pools at ul. Oławska 3 and ul. Brygadzistów 18, sports hall at ul. Obrońców Tobruku 40.
  • Flying School (Aeroklub Warszawski). Parachuting, gliding, ballooning, etc. at ul. Księżycowa 1.

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Instytut Energetyki
  • Infrequent occasional parties in the industrial park at Instytut Energetyki, ul. Mory 8 [4] [5]

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