Saski Garden (Warsaw, Poland) Reviews
Description:A public garden opposite Pilduski Square in Warsaw, Poland.
Newest Review: ... Russians to make space for military training and parades. The Sobor Orthodox Church was also built in this square but removed when Poland became independent. After the Second World War all the buildings in the square were destroyed apart from the colonnade which now serves as the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier which stands in front of the main entrance to Saski Garden This is where fragments of ... more
Customer Saski Garden (Warsaw, Poland) Reviews (1)
by - written on 01/12/11, updated on 03/12/11 (Very useful, 60 readings)
tOgrod Saski, Saski Gardens or Saski Park as we call it is a funny old place. When I first moved to Warsaw it was probably the second park I visited and I remember seeing lots of Mallard ducks sat in a row at the entrance. Snow was on the ground and they did look a sorry sight, like little old ladies cuddled up to each other to keep warm. I have visited the park several times since and throughout all seasons and types of weather. My favourite times are spring and autumn because in the summer the park is always crowded with residents and visitors and it is just too packed to stroll around in a peaceful manner. The reason it is so popular is because of its ... Read the complete review
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