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The Citadel, Warsaw

Built during the Russian occupation in the 19th century to keep control over Warsaw.

Built during the Russian occupation in the 19th century to keep control over Warsaw. Many participants of the January Uprising, including its leader Romuald Traugutt have been executed there.


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About The Citadel

 Skazańców 25, Warsaw, Poland

 +48 22 839 12 68

 www.muzeumniepodleglosci.art.pl

The Citadel and Nearby Sights on Map

St Stanislaus Kostka Church

Renowned because of the sermons of Jerzy Popiełuszko, the priest who was later assassinated by the communist regime

Barbican

Marie Curie Museum

Monument to the Heroes of the Ghetto

Site of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising

Independence Museum

Umschlagplatz

A contender for the most sinister place in Warsaw, the Umschlagplatz was the location Nazi officials herded Jews into cattle cars to be murdered at the Treblinka extermination camp

Galleria Na Placu Bankowym

Polish People's Movement History Museum

The building in which it is situated, called '''The Yellow Inn''' (''Żółta Karczma'') is probably a lot more interesting than the museum itself

Warsaw History Museum

Muzeum Literatury im. Adama Mickiewicza