Warsaw Spiffs Up Its Image...But Tourists Are Hard To Come By

Think Warsaw, and you conjure up a gray, grimy, city of socialist-bloc housing with a Moscow look-alike Palace of Culture dominating the downtown. For the millions of Western tourists flocking to Central Europe, the Polish capital can't compare with Prague, the enchanted city on the Charles River, with its castle on the hill and old-town-square majesty.

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