Rotunda (PKO)

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PKO Rotunda in 2006. As seen from Palace of Culture and Science.

PKO Rotunda is a rotunda-type building owned by the PKO BP bank in the center of Warsaw, Poland. Designed from 1960–1969 by chief architect Jerzy Jakubowicz, it was the site of the 1979 Warsaw gas explosion.


Coordinates: 52°13′50″N 21°00′45″E / 52.23056°N 21.01250°E / 52.23056; 21.01250