"The Column of King Zygmund III Vasa" Warsaw Things to Do Tip by dejavu2gb

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This monument that is situated directly across from the Royal Castle, is Warsaw's oldest secular monument. Its 22m tall and was erected in 1644 by King WladyslawIV to pay homage to his father.
The figure was destroyed in 1945, and then rebuilt in 1949.

Address: Castle Square
Directions: Directly across from The Royal Castle.

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  • Updated Apr 4, 2006
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