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Collegium Civitas is a university located in Warsaw, the capital of Poland. It was established under the auspices of five Institutes of the Polish Academy of Sciences in 1997 and has relied extensively upon the teaching and research traditions of these renowned institutions. It is open to new inventions in higher education: interdisciplinary approaches, closer lecturer-student relations, study abroad programs, internships, and the encouragement and supervision of individual student research projects.
When you’re visiting Warsaw this place is a must see... take a lift to the top and see the whole of the city. Plenty of eateries around the area and lots of site seeing tours from there too. Try going to see it without a wow.. no chance!!
The tour is well worth it to learn about Polish history, the story of the Russian occupation, the Communist regime and life from WW2 until the fall of Communism in the late 80s. The building itself is an interesting architectural monument, with fascinating tales told by the guide about its design, construction and history. It has amazing views over the city of Warsaw from the top of the tower, it has many nooks and crannies with interesting paintings on the walls, and the history that unfolded there is eye-opening. The building is a controversial one, a symbol of oppression and dislike for many Poles, yet an integral part of their history and daily cultural life in the city.
It's a great view at the top, and there's a bunch to do inside. But the layout isn't good. You can't explore, it's very guided, but at the same time it's difficult to find all the exhibits. It's a super cool building from the outside, but I would argue going inside is not mandatory if you're here to see the city.
A nice cafe inside. The park around is really nice to sit. They arrange really cool activities and exhibitions for free so that's exciting!!
The stronghold of communism. Old and glorified building, which I thought was going to be spectacular but rather mediocre. We visited the rooftop and it was alright, it had a nice view. However, there where long lines and hard to both get up and down the building. If it's first time in Warsaw I could recommend a visit, but not a revisit.