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Tomb for the Unknown Soldier, dedicated to these who had given their lives to Poland during the World War I, and it is the most important such monument in Poland.

It is located behind the Saxon Garden and it is one of many such national tombs of unknowns that were erected after World War I. 85% of Warsaw was completely demolished during WW 2 which includes Tomb for the Unknown Soldier, the  reconstruction began after the war, with an additional details to include the battles in which Poles had fought in WW 2.
The Tomb was designed by the famous Polish sculptor, Stanisław Kazimierz Ostrowski. There is an urn which holds soil from 24 battlegrounds, a table with names of battles in which Poles had fought in since WW2, and an eternal flame which is
constantly lit and is assisted by 2 guard post by the Representative Battalion of the Polish Army.
The changing of the guard takes place on the hour of every hour daily and this happens 365 days a year.
Make the time to visit, also it great view to take photo.
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