A train going over the railway bridge over the River Vistula in Warsaw, Poland, c.1911.
The Vistula (in Polish – Wisła / German – Weichsel) at more than 650 miles in length, it is the longest and largest river in Poland.
A selection of old photographs of communist era Warsaw after dark. All were taken in 1967.
More archive images of 1960s Warsaw / Warschau.
Three photographs of Warsaw, Poland, in the 1960s. Click on any image to enlarge.
Warsaw (Warszawa) is the capital and largest city of Poland. Its current population is estimated at 1.7 million residents and in the larger metropolitan area more than 2.6 million inhabitants. This means that Warsaw is the 9th most populous capital city in the European Union.