See studies by J. T. Soby (1959), U. Apolonio (tr. 1969), and R. Penrose (1971).
Mirów is one of the neighbourhoods of the Wola district of Warsaw, Poland. It is limited by the Solidarności, Jana Pawła II, Prosta and Towarowa streets. It used to be a poor suburb until after the World War I. During the interbellum it was gradually built-up with large houses. During the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising and the Warsaw Uprising most of the area was razed to the ground by the Germans. After the war it was not rebuilt, and instead a large residential area with Soc-Realist buildings was created there. At the easternmost tip of Mirów, at Plac Żelaznej Bramy there are two Mirów Marketplace Halls survived, at the western tip the area used to be delimited by two toll collection buildings (not preserved).