Polish capital Warsaw's urban environment has undergone a sea-change in recent years as modern development transforms the city from the Soviet era into the twenty-first century.
While the building industry is booming, many old structures are being torn down and critics say the city is losing its identity-much of it constructed in the aftermath of World War 2.
But the city fathers refuse to be impeded and 'progress' continues unabated.
With plans for a new city centre by 2020, the city council aims to place Warsaw on an architectural par with other European metropolises.
Feature for Associated Press Television produced in its entirety by Magda Wallmont
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