Last weekend, we visited capital of Poland – Warsaw. During a walk around Śródmieście, the central district of the city (with its famous, polish tallest building – Palace of Culture and Science), we’ve encountered, very old, abandoned tenant buildings. It appeared that the Próżna street (adjacent to Grzybowski square) is the only street in Warsaw where buildings on both sides of the street survived destruction of Warsaw Ghetto. In 1987 the buildings were reported in register of Historical Monuments. The portraits on the walls show former residents.