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Warsaw Uprising Mound
Warsaw

Source: wikipedia.org

Mound heaped up after WW2. Built using rubble from Warsaw Rising. In 1994 Ex-Home Army soldiers placed 15 meter monument of Fighting Poland sign. High about 31 meter.


From top of the mound you can see real nice panorama of Warsaw

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Copyright: Mateusz włodarczyk
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 12898x6449
Subida: 28/03/2011
Actualizado: 06/04/2011
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Tags: mound; uprising; warsaw; poland; mountain; hill; panorama; kopiec; powstania; warszawskiego; polska; gora; wzniesienie
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