Pomnik Grunwaldzki, Krakow
About Pomnik Grunwaldzki, Krakow
Pomnik Grunwaldzki, Krakow - Address
Address: 30-001 Kraków, Poland
Time Required: 00:10 Mins
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Poland and Lithuania fought a mighty and famous against the Teutonic Knights in 1410. 500 years later that event was commemorated by the unveiling of this great monument by Antoni Wiwulski. The most prominent figures on the monument are the Polish King Wladyslaw Jagiello and the Lithuanian prince Vytautas. Leader of the Teutons, Urlich von Jungingen, is also seen there, lying fallen below the victors. However, the monument you see here today is only a copy. The original was destroyed by the Nazis in World War II. There is not much else to do over here so take a photograph and move on.
How To reach Pomnik Grunwaldzki by Public Transport
- Drive to here from outside Krakow Old Town.
- Walk or cycle to here if you’re inside Krakow Old Town.
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Nice monument, Walk away from center square and central station.
Nice monument, a short walk away from Krakow Old Town.
Great square to visit. 3 min from main market square
Nice location for trip and visit
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