Powerful. Read what you can before and after to appreciate the expressions on the faces of the men. This will help understanding of their effort and plight
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A brilliant memorial Great Sculptures Very somber Depicts the pain and suffering of the Polish people A great reminder of the Sacrifice made for Freedom and Human Dignity
Strong and edgy monument, fully showing the power of what it's representing. When I was there, the place in front of the monument was loaded with flowers, which made it even more powerful. Really needs to be visited if you are into history and/or art.
Very moving figures including spiritual leadership in the form of a priest, and literal underground fighters emerging from sewers. You can tell that whoever designed and worked to preserve this monument is very passionate about the subject. Strong testimony to the bravery and fierce desire...More
Nice little site to honor the people who fought in WWII to take the city back. Description and explanations on site and it was very moving. The struggle and courage they took will not be forgotten.
Stumbles upon this monument while walking the old Warsaw Ghetto wall. Statues of fighters coming from out of the ground. Very impressive and a great monument to those who fought and died in this struggle.
I do not like the form, but it is situated in the pace, where Old City evacuation via sewage system took place. One should walk to the opposite side of the street where the sewega entry is marked, to feel the horror of the times
Definitely go and see this monument and find out the history behind it! I got to find out about this monument from the Yellow Umbrella Free Walking Tour - a must if visiting Warsaw.