Odyssey in Poland & Fryderyk Chopin

Politechnika Warszawska
Warsaw University of Technology

It was a great morning to start off with. Very cold but clear blue skies with bright sunshine. I walked to Politechnika Warszawska, Warsaw University of Technology.

What a grandiose building! For those of you who are a project manager like myself, this is where Gantt Chart was originally developed by a Polish engineer, Karol Adamiecki.

  Inside was more of a palace than a school building. I walked around on each floor and from the top I closely looked at how it is structured.
I looked up, a ray of sunshine was cast over the glass canopy and it was very beautiful. At the main gate, I found a statue of Marie Skłodowska Curie who was awarded the Doctor Honoris Causa here.
I then headed for Łazienki Królewskie, the largest park in Warsaw. I started to stroll from the corner of it along Aleje Ujazdowskie, Ujazdów Avenue. It is one of my favorite streets and was even more beautiful with golden leaves.

So I enjoyed walking 2,000 feet (about 600 meters) up to the other end corner along the street.

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