Krakow

Monument to Those Who Fought for Poland

  Bulwar Czerwieński     28 Nov 2018
This imposing monument near the river at the corner of ul. Powisłe and ul. Zwierzyniecka is one of several local works by famous Cracovian sculptor Bronisław Chromy. Unveiled in 1992, it features three large soaring eagles with their wings entwined around a triangular memorial. The three shields of the base feature Polish language inscriptions dedicated to the Polish soldiers who perished during World War Two, the victims of Nazi and Stalinist terror, and the heroes of the Home Army.

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