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Sure it is smaller than that in Arlington,VA but it honors the fallen soldiers in a very respectful, quiet manner in busy Warsaw. We missed the changing of the guarded grave, but even in a busy city, it is nice to see respect shown in...More
The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Warsaw, Poland is a significant monument of its history. It features an eternal flame and guarded by Polish guards.
Away from Nowy Świat, you need to walk a little towards an open square - its location. Next to...More
We were here with another couple and on our way back from Old Town. We were very pleasantly surprised that ... there was a military display going on ... and as it turned out, it was the last day. The various Polish military units were...More
Grob Nieznanego Zolnierza is a beautiful memorial to the missing of Poland and a testament to the society that had it rebuilt and so quickly after being destroyed. It's architecture reflects the original style of the monument.
On one side of the monument is a...More
We came here at midnight and watched the guards changed. It was a beautiful moment albeit there was a person walking behind the guards mocking them... they handled it nicely and stoicly without any conflict. Seeing the monument lit up at night with the park...More
Like in other countries after ww1 there was erection of unknown soldier monument and in fact a tomb of a single soldier who died in fights in Lwow Lviv. Despite what other belies there are no other bodies but solis from other battlefiels of Polish...More