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Once serving as the gardens of Saxon Palace, this magnificent park features shady tree-lined avenues, Baroque sculptures, an elegant 19-century fountain and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, a grave reminder of Poland's recent past.
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The gardens are not far from where we are staying, and we seem to go there everyday for a walk and to just sit and look at the fantastic autumn leaves. It's also a great shortcut to get to the markets.
We walked through the Saxon Gardens several times during our recent stay in Warsaw & enjoyed them each time. They were apparently laid out in the early 18th century as royal gardens for the Morztyn Palace & then became Poland's first public park in 1727....More
got taken here on our free walking tour, there was a palace her but the only part standing is the cover to the unknown shoulder, during ww2 it was called adolf hitler platz and he held rallies there, the Sofitel hotel overlooking it was the...More
After visiting the only remaining synagogue in Warsaw and a snack at a nearby Costa, we found the Saxon Gardens close by which had an interesting fountain, sun dial, sculptures and a pond. It was very pleasant to walk around and sit to admire the...More