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Very moving

Set close to the ESC and visible from the Contemplation Area of the centre, a very moving monument... read more

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The Monument to the Fallen Shipyard Workers 1970 is also called the Three Crosses Monument and... read more

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plac Solidarnosci, Gdansk, Poland
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Reviewed yesterday

Set close to the ESC and visible from the Contemplation Area of the centre, a very moving monument to the brave members of the movement.

Thank BebbieHartlepool
Reviewed 1 week ago

The Monument to the Fallen Shipyard Workers 1970 is also called the Three Crosses Monument and commemorates the victims of December 1970. It recalls the dramatic events in December 1970 when, during strikes by workers of the then named Lenin Shipyard and their suppression by...More

Thank incite_wanderlust
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I don't think I would travel just to look at the Monument outside the museum and then not go in to look around the rest. That said its a lovely well place monument to the fallen ship yard workers who stood up to the communist...More

Thank Rainy0
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I visited this place many times, it gave me many impulses to think about Polish history and brave people of this nation. There is magical atmosphere in the evenings.

1  Thank Petra N
Reviewed 15 August 2017

Well placed in centre of Solidarity Square with shipyard and museum behind. Information on the monument is given on the audio guide in the museum.

Thank HMT44
Reviewed 2 August 2017

A reminder of the Cold War, when several workers were massacred while they fought for better living conditions and freedom, in 1970. The early uprisings that lead to fell the communist regime in Poland, lead by the Solidarity and Lech Walesa, later in the 1980s!...More

Thank Lok S
Reviewed 25 July 2017

The three crosses monument is found outside the solidarity building and commemorates the fallen people of poland.

2  Thank Mario V
Reviewed 21 July 2017

The original architectural form of the monument, something weaker for me than in Gdynia. Next to the yard gate.

Thank ziemowits679
Reviewed 28 June 2017

A nice place to walk around. They have done a very nice job. Behind the list of names and ages of the deceased, is a fountain and the sound adds to the ambience.

Thank tomorrowsantiques
Reviewed 20 June 2017

You must visit the Three Crosses next to the Solidarity Exhibition Centre, only a twenty minute walk from Gdansk Old Town.

Thank Swim12345
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