Monument to the Warsaw Uprising Fighters

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Monument to the Warsaw Uprising Fighters

Monument to the Warsaw Uprising Fighters
4.5
from CA$6.57
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The area
Neighbourhood: Muranów
How to get there
  • Muranów • 5 min walk
  • Ratusz Arsenał • 7 min walk
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Katie D
London, UK1,180 contributions
Impressive
Sep. 2020
This is such an intricate monument and very detailed. It's really powerful as it genuinely feels like the figures are coming towards you so gives a real sense of the energy that will have come out of this time. Not quite where Google says it will be if you are coming from the POLIN museum so persevere as it's worth it!
Written September 28, 2020
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Israel R
Ra'anana, Israel16,126 contributions
An impressive monument that radiates power. Dedicated to the fighters of the polish undrground in World War II.
Sep. 2019
The impressive monument to the Warsaw Uprising in 1944 is located against the background of the green (and impressive in itself) structure of the Polish Supreme Court. Dedicated to the Polish freedom fighters who rebelled against the German occupier in 1944. The monument consists of 2 parts, one of which features a group of warriors on the barricades they are protecting. In the other part of the monument, located on the other side of the square, another group of warriors is seen descending into the sewers that served as hidden means of movement throughout Warsaw. An amazing and impressive monument NOT 2 B MISSED.
Written August 31, 2020
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Susan P
56 contributions
Puts things Ito perspective
Jul. 2020
We did not realise, but the day we visited this monument was the date of the uprising. The monument is well designed, and shows some of the hardship that the Polish people went through, leading to the uprising. It brings into perspective the reasons behind what happened, and later in the day, near our hotel there was a short service to remember what happened at the uprising. We were able to speak to someone who understood English, and was able to explain some of the history behind this. It was moving ma d reminder to me of the sacrifice that Polish people made during and after the second world war.
Written August 8, 2020
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Ana G
Sydney, Australia431 contributions
Beautiful
Jun. 2019
Well made statue/memorial for an important moment in history. It is well made and the symbolism is well done so that you can tell what it is about as soon as you see it.
Written April 13, 2020
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Nitin J
Gurugram (Gurgaon), India200 contributions
Shows the fighting spirit of the nation
Feb. 2020
Experience the turbulence that country faced during WWII. This memorial is a tribute to those nationals who stood up against the cruelty and upheld patriotism. Should go.
Written March 12, 2020
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RSsydney
Sydney, Australia988 contributions
The spirit of Polish people - very confronting history
Sep. 2019
We had an excellent guide who described the circumstance when this uprising took place. How while the Nazis with their superior numbers and modern armaments were decimating the poorly equipped resistance fighters, the Soviet army camped across the Vistula River watching the massacre unfold. Very confronting history reflecting the spirit of the Polish people. A must visit site when in Warsaw.
Written February 27, 2020
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Traveler O
Washington DC, DC627 contributions
Memorial to the Polish Spirit
Jul. 2019
Set just outside the Palace of Justice (Supreme Court), it's a fitting monument to the Polish Resistance and their refusal to quit. It's near Old Town and can be seen when walking slightly uphill and away from the area. Could easily Uber here and then continue on. Not much in the way of parking, so it's best seen when seeing the surrounding area/Old Town.
Written February 25, 2020
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MarkW55
Castle Douglas, UK422 contributions
Excellent Monument
Feb. 2020
This dramatic, large scale monument is beautifully sculpted and stands out well against the blue coloured glass and frontage of surrounding buildings. A serious statue commemorating the events of the 1944 Uprising - the Warsaw Uprising Museum is an essential visit while in Warsaw, just a brilliant museum.
Written February 19, 2020
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GlynisJF
Kempston, UK12 contributions
A fitting memorial
Nov. 2019
Visiting this place was a humbling and reflective experience. The monument is very large. A reflection of tragic events and the future they fought for.
Written February 9, 2020
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יוסי ג
Jerusalem, Israel304 contributions
Two monuments of the Polish Resistance
Jan. 2020
Very interesting statues, in fact, two different monuments which represent the suffering of Poles during the Uprising in August-September 1944. Close to the Old Town, highly recommended.
Written January 7, 2020
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