Warsaw/Ursus

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Ursus on the map of Warsaw
Ursus
Ursus Polnocny Station
Church of the Sacred Heart

Ursus is a district of Warsaw. Ursus (Latin: a bear) was originally the brand name of tractors manufactured there, but it soon superseded the real name of the locality, which was Czechowice. Ursus is a formerly industrial district that is now turning residential. It is further divided into Czechowice, Gołąbki, Niedźwiadek, Skorosze and Szamoty.

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  • The principal street that goes through Ursus is al. Jerozolimskie.
  • There are railway stations Warszawa Ursus and Warszawa Gołąbki.

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  • Factory. ul. Traktorzystów. "Designer outlet" for high-street brands, both upscale and popular.

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