Henryk Sienkiewicz Monument (Warsaw, Poland) Reviews
Description:Monument to the Polish Nobel prize-winning Writer in Warsaw.
Newest Review: ... amongst the Polish people and within many literary circles. The only two novels I have heard of are; Trilogy which was published during the years 1884 to 1888 including a story called Fire and Sword from which a film was made and of course Quo Vadis, written in 1896. The monument dedicated to this fine Polish writer is an interesting one. At first, I was attracted to the setting rather than ... more
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by - written on 07/09/11 (Very useful, 40 readings)
Lazienki Park has to be one of the most beautiful parks in Warsaw if not the most beautiful. It is vast, shady, full of palatial buildings, ancient trees, beautiful flowers, red squirrels and monuments. Every time I visit I find a new monument which always makes me happy. Sometimes I don't always know who the person is that the monument is commemorating like the one I am going to tell you about in a second but it doesn't matter - I still stand for 10 to 15 minutes admiring the artwork, always clicking away, taking as many photos as possible. Henryka Sienkiewicza - who is he? A Polish writer who won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1905. Towards the end of the ... Read the complete review
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