The Warsaw Uprising Museum is a representative building during World War II. This museum is also quite distinctive. The history of the city of Warsaw is very representative, and the construction of the museum is quite elegant.
Wall crack recommended! It is recommended to go to this museum first (if you are carrying a school bag, you should prepare a 5 zloty coin, and the mailing cabinet in front of the entrance is for coins). The establishment of the museum is very hard to see. There is a Chinese navigator at the door, one for 10 zlotys. It is recommended to borrow one. If you understand this place well, it will take half a day to finish it. It is really meaningful! Although most of the content of the whole uprising is very heavy, it is not just a simple check-in to go to the old city after watching the museum, it will make this trip to Warsaw more fulfilling and vivid, a real cultural journey
The Polish World War II Museum is well organized and detailed. Thanks to a large number of photos, videos and documents, this trip will leave a mark in your heart. You can see the 3D view of the ruins of the city after the war: I was really shocked. It is worth the fare.
Monument to the Warsaw Uprising Fighters, created to commemorate the uprising of the people in Warsaw that was suppressed by the Nazis on the eve of the victory of the Anti-Fascist War. The large bronze sculptures are made up of the uprising soldiers and workers who broke out of the barricades, and the soldiers who protected women and children. Composition of praying clergy, vivid image
The Warsaw Museum of Intifada was remodeled after World War II on the basis of a power plant, which mainly records and preserves weapons used by the Polish army in the uprising against the German Nazis, photographs and documents and letters signed at the time.