The capital and largest city of Poland is Warsaw. The city sits on the Vistula River and is just about the halfway point between the Baltic Sea on the north and the Carpathian Mountains on the south. Warsaw is the home to numerous beautiful palaces as well as a number of old mansions many of which were destroyed during Second World War. Fortunately, many of them were converted into museums by being completely restored and depict a great deal of Warsaw’s and Poland’s culture and history. The following is a list of some you should consider visiting.