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Sadyba
Location of Sadyba within Mokotów according to City Information System in Warsaw
Location of Sadyba within Mokotów according to City Information System in Warsaw
Coordinates: 52°11′19″N 21°04′08″E / 52.188747°N 21.068766°E / 52.188747; 21.068766
Country Poland
VoivodeshipMasovian
County/CityWarsaw
Notable landmarksKatyń Museum, Warsaw
Time zoneUTC+1 (CET)
 • Summer (DST)UTC+2 (CEST)
Area code(s)+48 22
Websitesadyba.waw.pl

Sadyba is a neighborhood in Mokotów district of Warsaw, Poland. It has an administrative status of osiedle within the city. Sadyba can be divided into Old Sadyba, mainly upper class housing, and New-Sadyba with modern retail stores and communist era high rise apartments. Old and New Sadyba can be divided roughly by Świętego Bonifacego street, just south of the Sadyba Best mall. Sadyba is known as the "Garden City" due to the large number of household and community gardens tended by the residents.

Jodłowa (Fir) Street on Sadyba in Autumn
Jodłowa (Fir) Street on Sadyba in Autumn

History

The Sadyba district was home to the Oasis Battalion (Batalionu Oaza) of the Polish Resistance.

Museums

  • Katyń Museum (Muzeum Katynskie) - A museum dedicated to the memory of the Katyn Massacre.[1]
  • Polish Army Museum (Muzeum Wojska Polskiego) - A collection of Polish military equipment located at Fort Sadyba.[2]

Famous residents

Citations

  1. ^ http://www.muzeumwp.pl/muzeum_katynskie.php
  2. ^ Poland 5th edition. Neil Wilson, Tom Parkinson, Richard Watkins, Lonely Planet Publications (Firm). 2005. p. 76. ISBN 9781740595223. Retrieved 2009-07-19.
  3. ^ Tomasz Urzykowski Oficerska Sadyba i Miasto Ogród Czerniaków 08.05.2008 http://warszawa.gazeta.pl/warszawa/1,89378,5193535.html?as=4
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