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22-Year-Old Captures Stunning Photos Of Warsaw Illegally From 3000ft

Warsaw is a beautiful and big metropolis
The city had never been captured by anybody in photographs.  A 22-year-old photographer from Warsaw, Poland captured the stunning views of the city from the roof of its highest skyscrapers. He exclaimed of having a lifetime experience while taking the photographs. He took permissions from various institutions and flew for 3 hours with the best equipment from Canon to capture the beauty of the city.
Check the story he tells with all his photographs.

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22-Year-Old Captures Stunning Photos Of Warsaw Illegally From 3000ft

22-Year-Old Captures Stunning Photos Of Warsaw Illegally From 3000ft

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Zbawiciela (Savior) Square and Church.

Zbawiciela (Savior) Square and Church.

He realized that there weren't any good quality photos of Warsaw taken by night or shot from above the city center.

Plac Defilad - Parade Square.

Plac Defilad - Parade Square.

Suddently, it became his dream for being the first one to do this.

And he did it!

And he did it!

Plac Unii Lubelskiej - Union of Lublin Square.

Plac Unii Lubelskiej - Union of Lublin Square.

Flying over a height of 3000ft above his beloved city, he took photographs never taken by anyone before.

City panorama with the Royal Route.

City panorama with the Royal Route.

He tried to show the people of Poland and also, all over the world, the beauty of Warsaw through his work.

Siekierkowski Bridge.

Siekierkowski Bridge.

The city has a disastrous history. After the Warsaw uprising in 1944, it was reduced to ashes, 71 years ago.

South downtown.

South downtown.

Its inhabitants should be given the credit for building it again. Otherwise it wouldn't have been as it is today.

Palace of Culture and Science.

Palace of Culture and Science.

He tried breaking the stereotypes about it because the city is developing quite fast.

John Paul II Avenue and the city center skyscrapers.

John Paul II Avenue and the city center skyscrapers.

Though nothing is known about it by many people.

Vistula river and 7 Warsaw bridges.

Vistula river and 7 Warsaw bridges.

For him, this story of photographs is also a story of making imaginations come to life.

Warsaw right bank and National Stadium.

Warsaw right bank and National Stadium.

The power of a single idea can affect many people.

City center.

City center.

He never believed it was actually possible.

Modern skyscrapers with communist blocks.

Modern skyscrapers with communist blocks.

The skyscrapers look magnificent.

Planet Warsaw.

Planet Warsaw.

He took the photographs in unique and interesting angles.

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