Most Poniatowskiego (Poniatowski Bridge)
Built between 1904 and 1914, it was damaged in each of the World Wars and rebuilt afterwards.
Stadion Dziesieciolecia (10th Anniversary Stadium) (0.35 mi / 0.57 km)
Most Świętokrzyski (Holy Cross Bridge) (0.47 mi / 0.76 km)
Muzeum Narodowe (National Museum) (0.71 mi / 1.14 km)
Zamek Ostrogskich (Ostrogski Castle) (0.72 mi / 1.16 km)
Biblioteka Uniwersytecka (Warsaw University Library) (0.80 mi / 1.28 km)
Most Łazienkowski (Łazienkowski Bridge) (0.83 mi / 1.34 km)
Sejm (Polish Parliament building) (0.86 mi / 1.39 km)
Warsaw School of Advanced Social Psychology (0.86 mi / 1.39 km)
Teatr Polski - Teatr Polski - Polish Theatre (0.87 mi / 1.40 km)
Polish Army Stadium (1.06 mi / 1.70 km)
From: [email protected]Why does the water look like that?
Mon Jan 08 18:51:57 -0800 2007
From: Indy in IndianaIn the biddle of the river is a sand bar. The Wiki link has a picture that clearly shows.
Tue Jan 09 05:55:56 -0800 2007
From: teatherNo I think what Qwerty is asking is why does the water look computer generated. I think.
Tue Jan 09 06:15:28 -0800 2007
From: Indy in IndianaAhhh,
Tue Jan 09 07:36:25 -0800 2007
Swamp gas from a weather balloon was trapped in a thermal pocket and reflected the light from Venus.