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One of Warsaw's best known monuments, this column stands tall in Plac Zamkowy as you reach the old town. It's very popular as a meeting point for people as it has black steps you can sit on at its base and there is usually a...More
The column with a statue of King Sigismund, holding a sword in his right hand and a tall cross in his left, on its top was erected in 1644 to commemorate the King‘s moving of Poland’s capital to Warsaw, from its former place in Krakow....More
Sygismund III was a great king of Poland. He also ruled in Sweden, but was put away by the protestants. His son erected this column and statue which was replaced after WWII. It is a meeting point for locals, but for tourist groups s well.
This column with a statue on top is located in a very obvious position in Castle Square, the largest of the squares in the old town of Warsaw. It's a nice enough site of itself, but the main attraction here is Castle Square itself and...More
To be honest as a visitor, you visit castle square, you are more intereted in the beautiful buildings than the statue on a pole. So for me it didn't hold much interest. For the people of Poland or means a lot. So if you are...More
This tall column in the castle square is a great place to tell someone to meet you as it can be seen all over the square. Glad the Poles were able to rebuild it after the 1944 Uprising destroyed the city
This is where we have started our first "Walkative Free Tours" of Warsaw . For history - google up King Sigismund III. As for the Monument , it is strategically towering the square , the Royal Castle and St. Anna Church . Always crowded with...More