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Polecamy w Warszawie:
Warsaw Uprising 1944 tour


WARSAW UPRISING - 1944. By 1944 with the tide of war turning, and their resources and morale seemingly in disarray, German forces had begun a strategic retreat from Warsaw. The Home Army (Poland's wartime underground movement) launched a military strike with the aim of liberating Warsaw and installing an independent government. The battle lasting 63 days had cost the lives of over 20,000 troops and some 150,000 civilians. With the uprising defeated, Hitler ordered all remaining civilians to be expelled, and surviving buildings to be numbered in their order of importance to Polish culture and systematically dynamited. The darkest chapter of Warsaw's history had been written. On the 60'th anniversary of this event (August 1st, 2004) the Museum of Warsaw Uprising has been opened.



1. Wola - the placesof mass executions of civilians

Wola Massacres - the mass extermination of civilians in the Wola district, on August 5-7, 1944 during the Warsaw Uprising around 50,000peoplewere murdered Warsaw Uprising Cemetery (Wola district)


2. Old and New Towns

-  monument of „The Little Insurgent"

- St. John's Cathedral and caterpillar of German „Goliath”  - The outer wall of the cathedral, from the street Dziekania, was laid by remote controlled caterpillar German„Goliath” tracked mine, which destroyed part of the cathedral during the Warsaw Uprising

- Placards with the word „barricade” in the Old Town

- Monument to Warsaw Uprising In Krasinski square in the New Town


3. Military Cemetery

The military cemetery holds the graves of many who have fought and died for their country since the early 19th century. A large part of the cemetery is occupied by graves of Polish soldiers who fell in the Warsaw Uprising 1944. Most of the graves were exhumed between 1945 and 1953 from the streets of Warsaw. In many cases, the names of the soldiers remain unknown, and the graves are marked only by the Polish Red Cross identification number. Until the early 1950s, brothers-in-arms of many fallen soldiers organised exhumations of their colleagues on their own, and there are many quarters where soldiers of specific units are buried.


Additional option  + 2 h - Warsaw Rising Museum



             Grup size            Price per person

                  1 pax                    180 EUR

                  2 pax                      90 EUR

                  3 pax                      60 EUR

                  4 pax                      45 EUR

               5-12 pax                   40 EUR

             13-18 pax                   35 EUR

             19-25 pax                   30 EUR

             26-34 pax                   20 EUR

             35-45 pax                   15 EUR


Price includes: guiding service, tax, transportation, parking fees

Additional costs:

Warsaw Uprising Museum (optional) - 2 EUR* per person

* admissions for 2010


This itinerary is only an example which we can change according to your needs. Please contact us so we Taylor a programme exclusively for you.


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