Monument to the Warsaw Uprising Fighters, Warsaw

Categories: Monuments, Tourist Spots
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4.4/5 based on 850+ reviews on the web
With one of the highest number of visitors in the city, Monument to the Warsaw Uprising Fighters pays tribute to the brave souls who fell in the Warsaw Uprising of 1944. The bronze statuary that makes up the monument is divided into parts--or what look like scenes--of resistance fighters in combat. One depicts resisters climbing out of a sewer manhole that served as a route from the ghetto to German-occupied territory. The layout was created by sculptor Wincenty Kućma and architect Jacek Budyn. You'll find the attraction on the southern side of Krasiński Square in the center of town. Use our Warsaw vacation trip planner to add Monument to the Warsaw Uprising Fighters and other attractions to your Warsaw vacation plans.
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  • This is one of few places to celebrate citizens of Warsaw who took part in Warsaw uprising against German nazi regime during WW 2. One of important and defining moments in recent polish memory, despit...  read more »
  • The monument itself, is picturesque, but maybe if it catches you a little bit away from your location do without going to see it.
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  • A monumental testimony of the Warsaw Uprising. Returns attention expression, the dynamics of the characters. The place of celebration of anniversaries of the uprising. Place of reflection.
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