As we know, some countries in the world have many famous attractions and Poland is one of them. There are 10 famous monuments in Warsaw. The Mermaid, Jan Kilinski Monument, Nike (Pomnik Bohaterow Warszawy), Adam Mickiewicz Monument, Monument to Ko?ció? Seminaryjny, Poniatowski Monument, Presidential Palace, Jozef Pilsudski Monument, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, and Nicolaus Copernicus Monument. The builder of these monuments built them according to the histories and to commemorate the person behind. The Mermaid, once upon a time, there were two mermaids, sisters, who live at The Baltic Sea. One day, they were bored of their aquatic life and they decided to go. One of them came to the Danish Straits and settled at the Port of Copenhagen entrance, the other one came to the port of Gdansk and swam across the Vistula River; Jan Kilinski Monument, this monument is intended to commemorate a humble shoemaker, fought bravely to defend his beloved years, who after that, imprisoned in St. Petersburg; Nike (Pomnik Bohaterów Warszawy), this monument was built to commemorate the heroes who fought bravely in 1944 win the freedom for the city during World War II.
In 1964, this monument became popular, many tourists came to this place. This monument was renovated in 1999. This monument is located in Theatre Square; Adam Mickiewicz Monument, this monument was built by Cyprian Godebski and inaugurated in 1898 on Adam Mickiewicz’s 100th birthday to commemorate the most popular romantic poet of Poland. This monument is close to Skwer Hoovera and many tourists came to visit this very popular monument.
In 1944, Nazi Germans destroyed Adam Mickiewicz monument and took the parts of the destroyed monument to Germany; Poniatowski Monument, this monument was built and modeled after Roman Capitol’s Caesar Marc Aurelius, in order to commemorate Prince Poniatowski, the commander of Warsaw Military. Poniatowski Monument’s statue was sculpted by Bartel Thorvaldsen and located right in front of the Presidential Palace. And then, during World War II, Nazis demolished Poniatowski’s statue.
Soon, the statues copy made by the Copenhagen museum. And now, today, the monument always full of tourists from across the world; Presidential Palace, in 1643 built by Crown Field. Designed by the architect, Constantino Tencalla. The Polish authorities took this palace to serve Council of Ministers; Józef Pi?sudski Monument, this monument was built by Tadeusz Lodzian and inaugurated in August 1995; Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, is one of the must see tourist attraction in Warsaw. This building was built to honour the soldiers who sacrificed their lives to protect and defend their country; Nicolaus Copernicus Monument, visiting this monument will complete your trip because this monument is the most popular place in the city. Bertel Thorvaldsen built and design this monument in 1822 or 1830.
And these are 10 ten tourist attractions in the country, Poland. Józef Pi?sudski Monument, Czestochowa, Gdansk, Krakow (Cracow), Malbork (Marienburg), Masurian Lakes, Oswiecim (Auschwitz), Tatra Mountains, Bialowieza Forest, and Kalwaria Zebrzydowska. These attractions are the most popular and most recommend to visit in Poland. There are also 7 more attractions in Poland that will never regret to visit it, they are Kazimierz Dolny, Lodz, Slowinski National Park, Torun (Thorn, Torun), Treblinka, Wieliczka, and Zamosc.