Park Sowińskiego (Warsaw, Poland) Reviews
Description:A city park located in Warsaw named after Józefa Sowińskiego
Newest Review: ... a place of great sadness as 1,500 people were killed and their bodies burnt. There is a plaque to commemorate their deaths and this incident. The grounds of the park were extended in 1964. There are two main paths which are concreted and these lead to a huge covered amphitheatre which was built the same year as the extension. I didn't know it was an amphitheatre at first - I assumed it was ... more
Customer Park Sowińskiego (Warsaw, Poland) Reviews (1)
by - written on 29/03/11 (Very useful, 81 readings)
Park Sowinskiego is situated in the area of Wola, the area which I live in. It is quite a long walk from my apartment but an interesting walk along the main thoroughfare known as Wolska. I came across the park the other day when I was looking for the Orthodox Church of John Climacus and the cemetery which backs on to the park. At the moment, as we still don't have any sign of buds on the trees or flowers shooting up out of the ground, the park looks very bleak. The area covers just over 8 acres and is set out in a formal way with lawns and flower beds. The park was originally built in 1936 for the workers of the area so children could have somewhere to play. ... Read the complete review
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