Monument to the Warsaw Uprising Fighters, Warsaw

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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. Make Monument to the Warsaw Uprising Fighters a centerpiece of your Warsaw vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Warsaw online trip builder.
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  • Warsaw, Poland is a fascinating city with hundreds of monuments and statues scattered across the city. The 33 foot tall monument Pomnik Powstania Warszawskiego (Warsaw Uprising Monument) Located in... 
    Warsaw, Poland is a fascinating city with hundreds of monuments and statues scattered across the city. The 33 foot tall monument Pomnik Powstania Warszawskiego (Warsaw Uprising Monument) Located in...  more »
  • Thought provoking and moving monument built In tribute to the Polish Resistance. The monument is in two parts and is located outside the Palace of Justice – within walking distance of the old town. 
    Thought provoking and moving monument built In tribute to the Polish Resistance. The monument is in two parts and is located outside the Palace of Justice – within walking distance of the old town.  more »
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  • It’s one of the places in Warsaw where you can see the history, while walking through Warsaw if you have the time to visit I would recommend it. The only thing that I noticed that there are no signs or information written in English anywhere on site. Otherwise very interesting place to go and see.
  • Worth to visit placed in old town we spent nice time around.

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