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The first congress on endometriosis in Warsaw

The beautiful and special congress venue

Polin Museum of the History of Polish Jews (Polish: Muzeum Historii Zydow Polskich) is a museum on the site of the former Warsaw Ghetto. The Hebrew word Polin in the museum's English name means either "Poland" or "rest here" and relates to a legend about the arrival of the first Jews to Poland.

Mordechaja Anielewicza 6, 00-157 Warszawa, Poland

+48 22 471 03 01

The museum's cornerstone was laid in 2007, and the museum opened on 19 April 2013. The core exhibition opened in October 2014 and features and multimedia exhibition about the Jewish community that flourished in Poland for a thousand years up to the World War II Holocaust.

The building, a postmodern structure in glass, copper, and concrete, was designed by Finnish architects Rainer Mahlamaki and IImari Lahdelma.

Welcome to Warsaw, Poland: Where Tradition Meets Modernity

Nestled in the heart of Europe, Warsaw, the capital of Poland, is a city of rich history and vibrant energy. With its roots dating back over a thousand years, Warsaw has evolved into a dynamic metropolis that seamlessly blends its storied past with a forward-looking future.

Warsaw bears the scars of World War II but stands as a testament to the indomitable spirit of its people. The meticulously reconstructed Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage site, transports you back in time with its charming cobblestone streets, colorful facades, and historic landmarks like the Royal Castle and St. John's Archcathedral.

- The first congress on endometriosis in Poland
The first congress on endometriosis in Warsaw

Warsaw is an important scientific, cultural, political and economic centre. It is home to the seats of the President of the Republic of Poland, the Sejm and the Senate, the Council of Ministers and the National Bank of Poland, among others. Eighteen districts are home to almost two million people. The heart of Warsaw is Śródmieście, where one of the capital's most recognisable landmarks, the Palace of Culture and Science, is located. The Palace of Culture and Science was built between 1952 and 1955 as "a gift from the Soviet people to the Polish people" . For some, it is a relic of the past and a symbol of communism that should be demolished, while for others it is the city's greatest landmark.

While honoring its heritage, Warsaw also embraces modernity. Skyscrapers, bustling business districts, and a vibrant nightlife make it a city in constant motion. Take a stroll along the Vistula River's boulevards, which come alive in the evening with bars and cafes, or shop in luxury boutiques at the Złote Tarasy mall.

The first congress on endometriosis in Warsaw
The first congress on endometriosis in Warsaw

Warsaw is a city of greenery, boasting numerous parks and gardens. Łazienki Park, with its stunning Royal Palace on the Water, is a favorite for both locals and visitors. Explore Wilanów Palace and its lush gardens for a serene escape from the urban hustle and bustle.

Polish cuisine is a culinary journey that you won't want to miss. Savor pierogi, hearty soups like żurek and barszcz, and the beloved kielbasa sausage. Pair your meal with a glass of Polish vodka or craft beer, and you're in for a treat.

The first congress on endometriosis in Warsaw
The first international conference on endometriosis in Warsaw

We would like this conference, apart from its educational quality and the opportunity to exchange experiences, ideas, and surgical techniques, to be a form of community integration, and to approach the topic of endometriosis treatment closer to doctors and patients.

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