07 - Brzeska Street

The face of Brzeska is one of the characteristic relics of old Praga. It is worth mentioning that most of the buildings on Brzeska Street survived the war. The oldest buildings on Brzeska Street are the building of the Warsaw-Terespol Railway Technical School and the Vistula Treasury Railway Hospital. On Brzeska Street there are beautiful houses in the style of eclecticism with characteristic facades, which belonged to Jews before the war. They often rented flats to local cab drivers, and railway workers. The Menachem Rotlewi’s tenement house is particularly interesting in terms of architecture.

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