New Polish Vodka Museum in Warsaw celebrates national drink | DW Travel | DW


Polish vodka has been drunk by kings and peasants, used as a medicine, and during World War II even served to bribe the occupying Nazi German forces. Now a museum is opening in Warsaw devoted solely to the 500-year history of the Polish national alcoholic beverage.

Housed in a 19th-century vodka factory that has been abandoned for decades, the museum is located in the heart of the former working-class Praga neighborhood that is currently being regenerated. 

“Our museum is a tribute to the history of vodka production in Poland, a history spanning more than 500 years,” Andrzej…



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