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Kępna is one of the oldest streets of the Warsaw district of Praga. It owes its name to Saska Kępa neighbourhood. It used to be inhabited mainly by wealthy townspeople.
The building at number 15 was built around 1897 for Ludwik Karol Manitius, an industrialist, owner of several enamel plants, the son of evangelical bishop, Karol Gustaw.
The house is an example of eclectic style and counts among the most unique and best preserved ones in the district.
People looking for a chance to relax can visit the Skaryszewski Park, the Warsaw Zoo, the sports and recreation centre Prawy Brzeg,or the sandy beaches of the Vistula river.
All very close by Powszechny Theatre, Baj Theatre, the Museum of Praga, the National Stadium with variety of concerts and other events, are but a few places offering good quality entertainment for all the family.
]You can choose from many cafes and restaurants in Ząbkowska and Francuska streets to meet up with friends. And the Old Town is just a stone’s throw away. The recently opened Google Campus will contribute to the fast development of the district.