Monument to Those Who Fell for the Polish Character of Gdansk

 

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A monument commemorating those who fell in a fight for the Polish character of the city in the period from the Gdansk massacre (1308) until the end of II World War.



It was erected in 1969, on the square at Podwale Staromiejskie Street. The monument symbolising an axe stuck in the ground was erected according to a design prepared by Wawrzyniec Samp and Wiesław Pietron.



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