Tomb Of The Unknown SoldierCurrently Open
- Address: Plac Marszałka Jozefa Piłsudskiego, Warszawa, Poland, Warsaw
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Memorial, Tomb
Tomb Of The Unknown Soldier - Review
A monument dedicated to polish soldiers who fought with valour for their motherland in the World War 1, tomb of unknown soldiers will leave you affected. Located on the Pilsudski square, this memorial is the only surviving part of the Saxon palace which was occupied in World War 2.
Lit by an eternal flame in the memory of the soldiers, there is a change of guard every hour all year long.
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Tomb Of The Unknown Soldier, Warsaw Reviews
This is a stunning memorial to those soldiers who lost their lives in World War II and is guarded 24/7 by two soldiers. It's OK to stop by to read the signs and take photos as long as you are respectful. In the evening, it's really just gorgeous.
Dedicated to the unknown soldiers who have given their lives for Poland. At one point the Saski Palace (Fryderyk Chopin’s family’s first home in Warsaw) was located here but was destroyed in 1944. What's left from the ruins is the arched arcade and the tomb. Now, the tomb contains urns from every 20th century battlefield where Polish troops fell in battle. An eternal flame burns by the tomb, watched over by a military honour guard. There's a change of guards everyday at noon.
A lovely memorial to the fallen heros of Poland. They have a changing of the guard ceremony several times per day (it's probably hourly but I'm not sure). Nearby is a park with a large fountain. Also nearby is a marker attesting to a speech by John Paul II.
This isn't a large site, just a small monument near the Warsaw old town. Multi lingual signs explain the history of the place in all of your favourite European languages. The site seems to be continuously manned by armed services in a mark of respect. I was fortunate enough to witness the changing of the guard. An interesting visual spectacle of traditional military movement.
A Patriotic place for Poland. Need to visit and remember those era during the war time!