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    Revitalizing Warsaw’s Riverside: Panta Rhei

    Tobiasz Bocheński, PiS’s candidate for Warsaw mayor presents Panta Rhei, a new riverside space in Warsaw for youth, featuring pavilions, greenery, and vibrant cultural amenities.

    A new space is set to emerge along the banks of the Vistula River, offering a vibrant hub for young Warsaw residents. Spanning over 3 hectares just north of Cypel Czerniakowski, Panta Rhei will feature modern pavilions housing student councils, youth NGOs, clubs, bars, restaurants, museums, and art galleries.

    A Hub for Youth Empowerment

    Designed to cater to the city’s youth, the development will include concert and recreational spaces along the promenades. Greenery will abound, with vegetation adorning not just the pavilion roofs but also forming lush rooftop terraces. This concept will serve as a starting point for a detailed project, undergoing extensive consultations, particularly with young Warsaw residents, student councils, and NGOs.

    Fostering Community Engagement

    Panta Rhei aims to be more than just a physical space; it’s a symbol of Warsaw’s commitment to its youth, fostering community engagement and creativity. Through collaboration and consultation, it promises to evolve into a dynamic and inclusive environment, reflecting the aspirations of its diverse inhabitants.

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