Sybirak Roundabout

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Location
52°12'59"N
020°57'38"E
Country
 Poland
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The Sybirak Roundabout (Polish: Rondo Zesłańców Syberyjskich) is a roundabout in western Warsaw's Ochota district, named after Poles who have been exiled to Siberia. The following streets meet at Sybirak Roundabout: on the east, Jerusalem Avenue (aleje Jerozolimskie); on the west, Jerusalem Avenue (aleje Jerozolimskie); on the north, Millennial Primate Avenue (aleja Prymasa Tysiąclecia); on the south, 1920 Battle of Warsaw Street (ulica Bitwy Warszawskiej 1920 roku).
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