The Warsaw Monument to Insurgents (Pomnik Powstania Warszawskiego 1944) in Krasiński Square, Warsaw. For over 60 days in ’44, the Polish resistance army fought the Germans while the rest of the world kind of considered helping them and then were like, “Naaaaaaah.” Hundreds of thousands of Poles died during the operation, mostly from the Germans mass executing them around the city in places that are now marked with plaques to show how many people were murdered there. The bronze monument shows a collapsing building and Polish people climbing out of the sewers, which they used to secretly move underground. Sorry, this description was really depressing.
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