Well worth the short walk out of the town centre to experience the birthplace of Solidarity. Much of what happened here has moulded the future Poland. I remember the news and seeing the peoples struggle for freedom and democracy. This is a fitting and moving monument and take time to read what happened. Look out for Pope John Paul's footprints at the foot of the monument he was a significant influence in the early days of Solidarity. A lot of building work going on whilst we were there as they are building the Solidarity building. The finished article should be impressive.
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