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It’s incredibly cool to stand next to these massive columns that were victims of history. The older of the two simply succumbed to old age. The newer was destroyed by the rampaging Nazi’s as they rolled through town. We were able to feel the damage...More
It is amazing that this beautiful statue survived the destruction of Warsaw. I think that is must bring good luck to all who are lucky enough to see it. The statue certainly dominates the reconstructed Square and so good that is one of the few...More
This column is located in a middle of a "city square" where, when the day is sunny and warm, there are plenty of people, musicians, entertainers, etc. and where there are various events... so, on your way to / from Old town square, you can...More
This 22 meters high column was done in honor to the Polish King Sigismund III Vasa, by order of his son, between 1643 and 1644.
It is placed in central area of the castle square, in front of the Royal Castle and an Italian architect...More
The Castle Square is beautiful and a nice attraction to cover if you visit the old town in Warsaw. It is not very hard to locate as its quite central. The square has places to sit and relax and it is very soothing especially in...More
Nice statue. In the center of the city, the kids can run in the nearby because there isn't car transit. One picture you don't want to miss.
But is an monument and it will take 5 minutes to take picture and read the story. No...More
While the column is not worth going out of your way to see, it stands proudly in the centre of Castle Square so you are bound to walk past as you explore the Old Town. The original column was knocked down during WWII, but the...More
I cannot say that you should definitely see it but if you go to Warsaw, obviously you will visit the old town and the Castle Square so you'll see it there. It is a historic column you would like to take the picture of.