Tomb of Unknown Soldier, Warsaw
Tomb of Unknown Soldier, Warsaw Reviews
My Visit to Tomb of Unknown Soldier, Warsaw Aug 31, 2014
Not far away from the Old Town Square, I walked over to a wide open space that reminds me of Beijing Tiananmen Square. It was Sunday afternoon, saw people skateboarding in the wide open square. Not a bad day Sunny but with scatter cloud in the sky makes you feel comfortable.
Saw Soldiers guarding the Tomb of the unknown solder. In a short while time for changing the guard, it was a good photo opportunity for me and to observe the activities in an around the Marconi Fountain and Saxon Garden. I remember seeing this place was visited by President Obama few years back so I also felt somehow honored to be able to visit the same place and pay a tribute to the unknown solders in my own way.
Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, dedicated to the unknown soldiers who have given their lives for Poland. The tomb has a change of guards every hour. Due to time constrain did not have much luck to go for a long walk in the adjacent park called Saxon garden but I bet it would have been a great experience. Over all I am proud and happy at least to be at the Tomb.
This is one of the many places in Warsaw that I would definitely recommend.
Part of the Poland trip 2014 travel blog
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