The only bit left of the destroyed palace two soldiers stand guard and on certain times march.The main square is just there as well.
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I walked through the park where t this Tomb is and was impressed with the pristine site and especially taken with the changing of the guard.
It is touching to see the Tomb of Unknown Soldiers located in the Saxon Gardens. Impressive honor guard that is changing every hour in a respectful ceremony. worth to see.
Really impressed by this beautiful place, the square is masive with a cross at one end to commerate a mass that Pope John Paul held a good few years ago. Took photos of the guards, who stood holding their rifles and did not budge once....More
The archway in which the tomb is situated is all the remains of the huge Saxon Palace that was destroyed during World War II. The changing of the guard is quite solemn and worth seeing.
it's just the opposite of Sofitel Victoria, from your hotel room you have a good views of the tomb and gardens.... and is only 5 mins walk to the old town
Tomb of Unknown Soldier commemorating Poland's fallen soldiers. Beautiful setting in Saxony Gardens. Changing of the guard every hour is worth seeing. Try to go after dark for best views.
This would be easy to miss. But it was on our way as we walked form Old Town to the Warsaw Uprising Museum. As other tombs of unknown soldiers, it was a solemn and beautiful tribute.