Romuald Traugutt Park in Warsaw New Town

 

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Romuald Traugutt Park
Romuald Traugutt Park was built in 1925 in the area of the former fortress and Citadel. It was designed by Leon Danielewicz and Stanislaw Zaroda-Zycienski.


The park and gardens commemorate death of general Romuald Traugutt. He was a leader of January Uprising, and his execution took place here. Lawned areas, gardens and sculptures are some of the attractions. Of partcular interest for visitors of this park is the sculpture Motherhood. It was created in 1902 by a famous Polish sculptor Waclaw Szymanowski.



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