Monument to the Victims of Katyń & Siberia [Pomnik Ofiar Katynia i Sybiru ]

Monument to the Victims of Katyń & Siberia

A walk around the castle grounds is a must, especially the rose garden out back. It’s here one finds the Katyń monument, a 6.5 metre bronze effort permanently festooned with flowers and candles. Unveiled on September 17, 1999 – the 60th anniversary of the Soviet invasion – this hefty memorial commemorates the 22,000 Polish officers massacred by Beria’s NKVD in 1940.

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Near the corner of ul. Fredry and Al. Niepodległości (The Imperial Castle Garden)View in

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