A wonderful tribute to the soldiers who paid the ultimate price for freedom. Stop by to pay respect. God. Honor. Fatherland.
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This is a solemn place which provides a compelling reminder of Poland's anguished history. Who else was attacked by hitler and Stalin at the same time? This is a monument to a brave nation and people.
When you visit the tomb of the unknown soldier its useful to look at it in the context of Polish history. Always have in mind that this historic area from the 17th century was destroyed during World War II. The Saxon Palace was blown up...More
This is a lovely monument to all the soldiers that have lost their lives in Polish history. The monument to kept in immaculate condition and has two guards consistently guarding it year round. Well worth visiting and paying your respects regardless of your heritage.
A spot for a short visit to see and pay honor to those whom fought for Poland freedom, including Warsaw ghetto Jewish warriors whom bravely fought against the Nazis.
This place is created in the memory of those unknown soldiers who gave their life. The atmosphere is very calm and quite. There are two people who guard the light . Behind the site there is a beautiful garden . One can relax there. There...More
we saw the changing of the guard, very solemn, it was very busy here. one day it must of been a graduation in the square, the president was there
We found this monument quite by accident as we took a short diversion into the park on the way to the old town. We were lucky enough to see the changing of the guard which made the sight all the more poinient. It makes you...More
This is the memorial for the soldiers who gave their lives in several wars through Poland history. Soldiers are keeping the guard and eternal flame is on. The tomb was almost completely destroyed in the II world war, but rebuilt after the war. Place to...More
You will notice this place with honor guards standing paying respect to the fallen. Located at the Saxon gardens in a small portion of the old palace between the open plaza.