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Monument to the Warsaw Uprising Fighters
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Ranked #13 of 389 things to do in Warsaw
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Reviewed December 20, 2013 via mobile

We had visited the uprising museum and spotted the momument when we were on the way to the Jewish Cemetry, it is a very large sculpture and it was very moving, showing the uprising and the struggle

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Reviewed December 18, 2013

The Uprising Monument constitutes one of my first memories as a child in Warsaw, and I have a special place in my heart reserved for it.
The monument evokes the urgency and movement of the uprising in the stance and expressions of the fighters depicted. Whether viewed close up or from further away, this is an impressive monument to those who risked and laid down their lives against the invaders. As such, it is probably best viewed after a visit to the Uprising Museum, in order to fully appreciate it.

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Reviewed December 5, 2013

I like that it is a tribute to the freedom fighters who tried to overthrow their Nazi opressors. It is seen by all the people who pass by it. It is a reminder of the hard times in Poland during the war and all that the people endured.

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Reviewed November 29, 2013

The Monument is located on Krasinski Place and presents the fighters in natural size with their weapons in the battle. On the opposite side of the Place is the Krasinski Palace built in 1627-1683 in Baroque style and in another corner one can find the coverage of the sewage pipes system that served to evacuate fighters from the Old Town.

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Reviewed November 22, 2013

There are two monuments here and both are worth taking a close look at. They both are very detailed from the expressions on their faces to coming out of a man hole cover. Go visit the museum to get a good understanding of these monuments

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