Fort Pilsudskiego (Warsaw, Poland) Reviews
Newest Review: ... after the Lithuanian born Pole largely responsible for Poland's independence in 1918) is a bit of a dump. It really is a forgotten section of Warsaw which has no use today and only remains there due to its historical past, seperated by a grubby moat, its delapidated collection of dark grey rooms slightly under ground level look like disused mechanic workshops. No one really visits it except the occasional brave dog walker and youths during the night who use it as a place to drink due to the lack of police activity (its forbidden to drink in public places). The muddy ground which turns to dried clay in the summer is dotted with rubbish and ... more
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by - written on 22/05/09 (Very useful, 35 readings)
Whilst the idea of touring Warsaw's destroyed forts, a network of forts with underground cellars originally established by the Russians to protect the city (mostly from the pesky Austrians and Prussians) in the 19th century may appeal to some. It's very much a mixed bag though and whilst Fort Bema is a beautiful place, Fort Pilsudskiego (named after the Lithuanian born Pole largely responsible for Poland's independence in 1918) is a bit of a dump. It really is a forgotten section of Warsaw which has no use today and only remains there due to its historical past, seperated by a grubby moat, its delapidated collection of dark grey rooms slightly under ground ... Read the complete review
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