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Pomnik Bohaterów Getta, Warsaw

Categories: Monuments, Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
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4.5/5 based on 550+ reviews on the web
Erected on the spot where the first armed uprising from the Warsaw Ghetto took place, Pomnik Bohaterów Getta stands partially built of Nazi materials brought to Poland by the Germans in World War II. The decision to build the monument was made as early as 1944, but it wasn't unveiled until 1948. The figure in the middle of the central frieze represents Mordechai Anielewicz, leader of the Jewish Combat Organization, which fought against the Nazis. The figures surrounding Anielewicz are Jewish fighters armed with Molotov cocktails and guns. To visit Pomnik Bohaterów Getta on your holiday in Warsaw, and find out what else Warsaw has to offer, use our Warsaw tourist route planner.
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  • We tried getting in too late in the day and could not do so - so simply walked through the area and took in the history. The memorial statue is impressive. 
  • Impressive monument, especially when you know the history behind it. It makes you stop and think.... 
  • האנדרטה יפה , אעפ"י שהוא מייצג או מביע את מה שקרה במקום, חובה להסתובב בכל אזור הגיטו וכמובן להיכנס למוזיאון 
  • Place that talks about the situation of Jews during world war.. Best if you go there in a guided tour. I will recommend orangeumbrella touts.
  • An emotional monument. The ghetto area is full of small statues but this one is grandiose and describes what issues all killed during WWII
  • A monument about the Warsaw ghetto uprising. The Jews were treated terribly and tried to revolt. Take a look at it
  • Historic
  • this cant happen again PEACE ROUND THE WORLD .everybody. is welcome in u.s.a. we will help.
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