Wlodawa
Wlodawa County
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Things To Do in Wlodawa

Nearby City
4.4/5
16 Reviews
Monument
Museum
Historical Site
雨田Very shocking! When entering the thick entrance in the shape of a five-pointed star, the vigorous and passionate boys' chorus brought people into the tragic mood of war. Then, we saw the houses full of gun-holes and the remains of the war, the giant statues of the victims, and those pointing directly at the sky. The monuments will remind people of the cruelty of war that makes people tremble. Today I happened to catch up with the recruit education, seeing the young faces and strong bodies of those soldiers, I sincerely hope that they can defend peace and prevent war!
Nearby City
4.6/5
5 Reviews
Museum
M44***33The main body of the exhibition is a train example reflecting railway technology collected by the October Railway Bureau. The museum’s collection includes domestic and foreign-made steam locomotives. If it were not for the large number of trains stored on the roadside, I would really not know that this is a railway museum. There are dozens of Soviet trains of various periods parked on the ground, which is very spectacular.
Nearby City
4/5
1 Reviews
Museum
雨田Just across the road from Brest Fortress, it's convenient to come and visit. The collection of railway rolling stock is very rich. Many Belarusians bring their children to visit, climb up and down, and have a lot of fun!
Nearby City
4.3/5
3 Reviews
Monument
兔撕鸡大哥The food is cheap and beautiful, you can order a set meal with some salad plus the same staple food and meat. If you like soup, you can try the soup. The soup tastes sour. Poles generally like sour food. I can accept it well.
Nearby City
4/5
2 Reviews
Historical Site
Museum
brand_wasserThe blue sky and white clouds look like a "resort" at first glance, but the truth is painful, but we still have to see the truth of human nature. When you face the crematorium with your back against the ashes tower and look at the modern prosperity in the distance of the concentration camp, you will feel strongly that hell is next to heaven, and it has always been like this