"Victory at Vienna" Warsaw Things to Do Tip by scottishvisitor

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  Commemoration of a Polish Victory
by scottishvisitor

I don't know a lot of Polish history but I'm willing to learn. The Statue commemorates King Jan lll Sobieski's victory at a battle in Vienna in 1683. The statue is placed on a bridge, but unfortunately there were road works there when we visited. I'm sure my Dad would have visited the near by park often & seen this statue many times. My thanks to Evaanna VT member for the information of a Polish King with a poor Turk underneath his horses hoofs.

Address: Ul. Agrykola
Directions: Just outside Lazienki Park

Review Helpfulness: 4.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Updated Jul 25, 2006
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