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The polish artist Joanna Rajkowska got inspired from a tripp in Israel and decided to blend the beauty of Israel's nature with Warzaw, thus express something unthinkable.
The solution was to build a gigantic Palmtree on a rounfabout in one of the most busiest streets...More
The name of this street, the alley of Jerusalem, comes from it leading to a Jewish village named after the holy city. As long as I know, this palm is supposed to commemorate it. And while the idea was strange, and sparked a lot of...More
The palm tree really looks real. From what our tour guide said is they wanted to plant a lot of them but settled for a realistic fake one. The Palm Tree serves as a landmark when you are walking around Warsaw.
Don't be surprised by this realistic looking palm tree on a traffic island in Charles de Gaulle square next to the former communist party headquarters. The steel and plastic tree is actually an art installation and brings a bit of cheer to the freezing Warsaw...More
Do you need to book in advance to visit Palm Tree?
We recommend booking Palm Tree tours ahead of time to secure your spot. If you book with TripAdvisor, you can cancel up to 24 hours before your tour starts for a full refund. See all 7 Palm Tree tours on TripAdvisor
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