Very important for all Polish people, close to Krakowskie Przedmieście street. Perfect combination for weekend walk.
The tomb is housed in an open structure supported by a number of polished columns. On each side of each column is a list of battles fought on Polish soil or by Polish soldiers elsewhere. The monument illustrates how much more turbulent the history of Poland has been compared with ours.
... would have been great to see this monument up close. was fenced all round, wasted effort to visit this site but no can do ....
We were disappointed that the Tomb was fenced off for improvements. We managed to peer through cracks in the fence and thought it looked very impressive. Would've been good to have seen it properly though!!
You can still see through the gaps of the construction boards but barely. Don't brother going if you want to see just this. But still worth going to walk the Ogrod Saski (park) next to it.
Unfortunately this is still under renovation with steel hoarding around it so you can't see it. There;s no point in going if this all you want to see but the park is quite nice around it and worth a stroll.
What is wonderful about this site besides the honor guard, the flowers, the respectful visitors and the park, are the plaques alongside. They list the dates and the descriptions of every conflict that Poland engaged in during its long and tumultuous history. One really cannot help but admire the fortitude of the Polish people as they attempted to fight off... More
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