Ogród Saski is a lovely park in central Warsaw. It's small in comparison to Łazienki, but nonetheless relaxing with its forested landscape. Prior to WWII, it housed the Saski Palace, which like the rest of Warsaw was destroyed in the insane Nazi vengeance for the Warsaw Uprising. Plans to rebuild the palace have failed to materialize due to funding. Nowadays, one of the draws aside from the escape of the city is the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, which is on the park grounds.
Śródmieście Północne, Warsaw, Poland
Saski Garden and Nearby Attractions on Map
Old Town Market Square(1 km)
Bustling marketplace where you can take a horse-drawn carriage tour.
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.
Palace of Culture and Science(1 km)
Warsaw's most recognizable building, built in the 1950s as a 'gift' to the Polish people by Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin.
Zygmunt's Column(0.8 km)
Zymunt's Column, erected to commemorate a 17th century Polish king, marks the beginning of Warsaw's Royal Route.
Monument to the Heroes of the Ghetto(1.4 km)
Site of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising.
Tomb of The Unknown Soldier(0.2 km)
Built in 1925, the tomb holds the remains of a Polish soldier who died in battle at Lwów.
St Anna's Church(0.7 km)
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