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In Warsaw was opened the largest in Poland Marks & Spencer

In Warsaw was opened the largest in Poland Marks & Spencer
In Warsaw was opened the largest in Poland Marks & Spencer

In Warsaw was held the opening of the shop of the famous British retailer Marks & Spencer. Poland's largest Marks & Spencer shop is located in the Wars & Sawa, Junior commercial center.

Marks & Spencer was able to open the largest shop of the network in Poland due to a large-scale reconstruction of Wars & Sawa, Junior. In total, on the upgrading of the building had been spent 10.5 million euros. Reconstruction lasted for one year.

Wars & Sawa, Junior is one of the largest retail stores in Warsaw. It can be found in all guides on shopping and leisure in Warsaw. In addition to Marks & Spencer in a renovated part of the building will also house shops of Polish outerwear brand Reserved and another major retailer brand of Britain - TK Maxx.

The total area of Marks & Spencer will be 4.150 square meters. In total, after the reconstruction of Wars & Sawa, Junior became available 11000 square meters of retail space.

Wars & Sawa, Junior is a department store, located in the heart of Warsaw, on Marszałkowska Str. 104/122. This is a huge shopping center, where shops of different brands occupy a total area of 30,000 square meters. Marks & Spencer is not the only global brand represented in Wars & Sawa, Junior. Here you can also find boutiques of such fashion brands as H & M, Zara, Empik, Carrefour, Sephora, Esprit, Camaieu, Cropp Town and House. Wars & Sawa, Junior is a complex consisting of two big stores - Wars & Sawa (20,500 m2) and Junior (9,500 m2).

Date: 30/10/2010

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