Edward Rydz-Śmigły Park.
Located in: Powiśle, ulica Rozbrat.
Warsaw’s youngest park was established between 1953-1964; it consists of several large gardens in Warsaw’s Powiśle area, totalling about 90 hectares. At the top of the garden area is Frascati Park: this very foreign-sounding name was inspired by a very green and earthy Italian village from 1779. In the 1950’s, Frascati Park was named a Park of Culture, and for its role in attracting people to the Vistula River. Because it is so modern, the park has a distinctive geometric character in terms of its layout and composition. At the most eastern part of the park is a 1975 monument called the ‘Glory Sapper’ (Chwała Saperom); there is also a very original fountain (thanks to the reflecting lights installed in it, the water changes colours constantly, and sparkles in all colours of the rainbow).
Park ryzda smiglego
The park is a very attractive place for Warsaw inhabitants, even in winter time, when the Jutrzenka Skate Park is converted into an ice skating rink. In the summer months, open-air concerts and film festivals take place regularly.
( Source : http://www.warsawtour.pl )