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This monument is a stark reminder of the Warsaw Uprising which occured in the summer of 1944 when the Polish underground resistance led by the Home Army, attempted to liberate Warsaw from German occupation.
The Uprising lasted only 63 days with almost no outside support...More
Heroes of Warsaw upraisal heading old city area, in memory of cywils soldiers fighting against German soldiers during two months from September 1st until October 5th in 1944. Fights during Warsaw Uptaisal in old city area were hardest. It is why monument is located in...More
Very interesting Museum. Spent longer than anticipated as had lots to see.It was however very fragmented and not easy to follow the chronological order. Also there was no cafe to get a drink of any sort which i found disappointing .
It is a little out of the way and not too close to anything else (that's worth doing in Warsaw) , that's why it looses much of its value and significance. That being said , i saw the monument at the end of a "ww2...More
A bit of history about the monument:
it broke out on Aug 1, 1944 started by 23.000 of the home army, other underground units joined
the polish government was functioning openly from London: organizing administration, medical services and rescue
it went up to 50.000 volunteers,...More
Warsaw Uprising Monument is a monument in Warsaw, Poland, dedicated to the Warsaw Uprising of 1944. Unveiled in 1989, it was sculpted by Wincenty Kućma and the architect was Jacek Budyn. It is located on the southern side of Krasiński Square. One of the most...More