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Erected by Cracovians in memory of Polish national leader Tadeusz Kosciuszko, a serpentine path leads to the top, approximately 326 meters (1,070 feet) above sea level, with a panoramic view of the Vistula River and the city.
All reviews walk up wax works path leading easy climb gentle stroll sunny day degree panorama wax museum entire city old town tatra mountains city centre small entrance fee nice walk wawel castle per adult worth a visit
Dedicate to a Polish national and military leader from the nineteenth century, the artificial mound is surrounded by fortifications and offers panoramic views from the top.
Worth a short visit for the views.
I climbed Mound Kosciuszko. Note, this is not a spelling mistake, and I’m not in the Australian Snowfields. Yes there is a big pile of dirt here in Krakow called “Kosciuszko Mound”.
The Poles constructed it in 1823 to honour Tadeusz Kościuszko. Its got a...More
Very nice to see all of Kraków and surrounding region all the way to the mountains in the south. You really get a sense of the layout of the city, its size, and twentieth century buildings outside of the central old town.
Good on a...More
This is on the Krakow card views are great as it was a clear sunny day but considering they rely on the tourist it was poorly signposted for English only speaking folk. The museum is beside the cafe up on the roof next to the...More
costs 14 zloty for a ticket which gets you on the 'hill' and into a wax work museum.
the hill is very worth it, amazing views of krakow. you can stay as long as you want.
beautiful hill, very well kept grounds. the wax museum...More
Walked all the way here in the baking heat from the centre of town with my wife. The mound was exactly as expected: a bloody great big pile of earth with a flag on top. Got to the top, smiled at the epic view, turned...More
I found this place (or rather my son did) when using a very powerful pair of binoculars from Wawel Castle. It looked so interesting that we got a taxi straight there. It sure was as interesting as it looked and hardly any tourists there.. The...More