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Bielany on the map of Warsaw
Bruhl's pallace in Młociny
Italian Soldier's Cemetery

Bielany is a district of Warsaw. It consists mostly of new areas built in the 1960s and later, but has some old buildings and a great amount of greenery too. It will soon be reached by the developing metro. It is further divided into Chomiczówka, Huta, Las Bielański, Marymont-Kaskada, Marymont-Ruda, Młociny, Piaski, Wawrzyszew, Wólka Węglowa and Stare Bielany.

Get in[edit]

  • By metro if you are willing to wait until 2010, otherwise see the map for the location of bus termini.
  • Main streets: al. Armii Krajowej, ul. Żeromskiego-ul. Wólczyńska (perpendicular to Vistula); ul. Marymoncka, Wyb. Gdyńskie-ul. Pułkowa (Wisłostrada) (parallel to Vistula).


  • Brühl Palace (Pałac Brühla) ul. Muzealna 8
  • Camaldolese Church ul. Dewajtis 5. Established in 1639 as a monastery.

As of April 2009, the Warsaw Metro (Subway) provides access to the Bielany District with 3 stations. Stare Bielany (Old Bielany) & Warzszywew & the terminus station of Młociny. Allow 20mins from the Terminus to reach the Centrum station in the heart of Warsaw.


  • Bielany Forest Reserve (Rezerwat Las Bielański) between ul. Marymoncka and Wyb. Gdyńskie (Wisłostrada). Many bicycle and walking paths.






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