The original monument was blown up during World War 11. The monument is huge and very photographic. The dead Teutonic leader at the base of the monument is massive as is the King of Poland on horseback on the top of the monument. All the other figures around the sides are well sculpted and considering the event it depicts, it is a great piece of art to look at. Just past the monument is a lovely church to see and if you follow the road to your left just past the monument you come to the local market which is worth a visit, clothes, household goods, fruit and veg are all sold here.
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