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Gagarin Street in its present shape was created around 1957. It replaced the streets of the former settlement Sielce, created at the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries. Its original name - Nowoparkowa, was renamed in 1961 in honor of Yuri Gagarin, the first man in space.
The oldest buildings along the present-day street were the corner villa at Belwederska Street and czerniakowskie toll houses, built around 1820, disassembled after the Second World War. New buildings, like the one at number 33 began to appear only in the late 1930s. It was erected in the spirit of functionalism, emphasizing its lower part with clinker tiles and highlighting the façade with colored strips.
The building is located about 100 meters from the intersection with Belwederska Street, one of the main thoroughfares of this part of Warsaw. On foot you can also walk to Czerniakowska Street. There are numerous bus lines in the vicinity. Reaching Puławska Street and Unia Lubelska Square is a matter of one bus stop, and the city center is a few minutes drive away. There are also many cycling paths.
Groceries and chores can be easily done here in the numerous small shops and service points. Several shopping centers are quickly reachable by public transport. Schools, pharmacies, offices and hospitals are also located nearby. Good restaurants are a walking distance away.
To see the uniqueness of this area, taking a glance through the window is enough. Literally across the street is the Łazienki Park. It is also close to the Botanic Garden. The Nowy Świat, Krakowskie Przedmieście and the Old Town can be reached in a few minutes via the Royal Route.