The Tomb of the Unknown Martyrs in Warsaw is located in the suburbs of Warsaw. It is a very quiet place. The cemetery of the soldiers who sacrificed for the liberation and anti-fascist cause of Poland in World War II is mainly buried here. The grave of the martyrs is guarded for 24 hours. It is the main place where Poland holds foreign sacrifices and foreign leaders visit to lay wreaths to commemorate. It has great historical significance.
The Tomb of the Unknown Martyrs in Warsaw commemorates soldiers who died for their country during the war. In addition to the national flag, there is a cross in the open space in front of the tomb, praying for the soldiers who died in battle. The mausoleum is also guarded by soldiers, which highlights the importance attached by the state to it.
The Tomb of the Unknown Martyrs was built in 1925 and destroyed during World War II. Nowadays the Tomb of the Unknown Martyrs is decorated on the ruins. The marble is engraved with the place and date of the Polish army's battle, and the grave contains soil collected from the battlefield sacrificed by the Polish martyrs. Saxony Park was named after the old palace in the park, Saxony Palace, which was destroyed in World War II as Poland's palace from the staff.
The Tomb of the Unknown Martyrs in Warsaw is located in the Pisutsky Square in the center of Warsaw. The Tomb is the most important memorial site of World War II in Poland. There are many words about the history on the tomb. There are soldiers standing guard beside the tomb and visiting it for free.
Grob Nieznanego Zolnierza, built in 1925 in Bisutsky Square, was destroyed during World War II and rebuilt. The Tomb of the unknown martyr contains soil collected from the battlefield. The tomb is also inscribed with the place and date of the battle. The Tomb of the Unknown Martyrs is also an important place for various activities in Poland. According to Polish diplomatic etiquette, visits by important foreign delegations and the arrival of envoys in Poland are required to lay flowers at the tombs of unknown martyrs.
A special feeling arises spontaneously, pulling the memory to that time.
It's worth visiting here. It's more memorable and educational. Only by thinking about the past can we better meet the future.
It's beautiful. I also want to take a walk-and-talk trip.
It's a martyr's tomb as well as a scenic spot. It's so beautiful.