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Simply haunting

This is in a little park just across from Gdynia Glowna -- the central train station. The statues... read more

Reviewed June 28, 2017
Frankfort KY
Heart breaking monument

This is a must see for Polish and international tourist. It tells about very painfull time in... read more

Reviewed March 2, 2017
Laramie, Wyoming
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28 Jun 2017
“Simply haunting”
2 Mar 2017
“Heart breaking monument”
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Reviewed June 28, 2017

This is in a little park just across from Gdynia Glowna -- the central train station. The statues of the people are haunting, but the "left behind" dog following them (and the child's waving goodbye just hits the heart.

3  Thank TravelerFrankfortKY
Reviewed March 2, 2017

This is a must see for Polish and international tourist. It tells about very painfull time in Polish history. In the beginning of the German occupation during WW II the Germans expelled the inhabitans of Gdynia from their city, because they wanted to make Gdynia...More

4  Thank anyta277
Reviewed January 21, 2017

another simple and expressive monument. Situated at a road junction across from the railway station it is probably missed by many. One of Gdynia's many statues reminding of the past.

Thank muddyoldengr
Reviewed October 24, 2016

Very beautiful statue, and reminded me of the one in Dublin, paying tribute to the victims of the great famine, in Ireland. This statue means so much to the people in Gdynia. Go to the Emigration Museum, if you are interested in this topic.

Thank Ana L
Reviewed September 17, 2016

It;s near to main train station in Gdynia, it's worth to see both of places. Monument is really beautiful and touching, so real to situation. It happened for real, when germans occupied Gdynia, and immidietely ousted people on the street with handbag only. I let...More

1  Thank Marlena34
Reviewed September 6, 2016

A beutiful piece of art, that fits in with a city that was the Gateway for millions of Poles during crises.

Thank nickknight007
Reviewed March 19, 2016

It is not very spectacular but really touching monument talking about the fate of many Polish inhabitants of Gdynia during the Second World War. As German conquerors decided to transform Gdynia into own naval base (and changed its name into Gotenhafen), they also displaced Polish...More

Thank CoventryCrusader
Reviewed December 7, 2015

This monument is situated near the Central Railway station in Gdynia. It shows how sad and difficult was the time of Second World War... the lonely dog, sitting and waiting for his master had stolen y heart

Thank Ewa C
Reviewed September 11, 2015

Leaving Gdynia ourselves, we couldn't resist a last glance at the amazing memorial of deported families, most of whom were travelling to their deaths.

Thank WalterMHalifaxUK
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