Warsaw Uprising monuments and memorials

I don't know exactly how many monuments and memorials to the Warsaw Uprising there are in Poland's capital city but there must be hundreds, if not thousands. These are the ones that I have personally photographed....
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A "Tchorek plaque" on Marszałkowska Street. This plaque commemorates the 200 people who were murdered here by the Germans in August 1944....

A "Tchorek plaque" on Marszałkowska Street. This plaque commemorates the 200 people who were murdered here by the Germans in August 1944....

Bazylika archikatedralna św Jana Chrzciciela (St John's Cathedral) on Świętojańska Street. Tank tracks of the Goliath tracked mine which destroyed a large part of the building during the Warsaw Uprising....

Bazylika archikatedralna św Jana Chrzciciela (St John's Cathedral) on Świętojańska Street. Tank tracks of the Goliath tracked mine which destroyed a large part of the building during the Warsaw Uprising....

Warsaw Uprising street art outside the Polonia Warszawa stadium....

Warsaw Uprising street art outside the Polonia Warszawa stadium....

Warsaw Uprising street art outside the Polonia Warszawa stadium....

Warsaw Uprising street art outside the Polonia Warszawa stadium....

https://flic.kr/p/qxyajM | Warsaw Uprising street art outside the Polonia Warszawa stadium

https://flic.kr/p/qxyajM | Warsaw Uprising street art outside the Polonia Warszawa stadium

Reduta Kaliska - this memorial in a small square at the intersection of Kaliska and Grójecka streets commemorates the Polish partisans who defended the so-called "Kalisz stronghold" in the Ochota district during the Warsaw Uprising of 1944....

Reduta Kaliska - this memorial in a small square at the intersection of Kaliska and Grójecka streets commemorates the Polish partisans who defended the so-called "Kalisz stronghold" in the Ochota district during the Warsaw Uprising of 1944....

Reduta Kaliska - a small square at the intersection of Kaliska and Grójecka streets commemorates the Polish partisans who defended the so-called "Kalisz stronghold" in the Ochota district during the Warsaw Uprising of 1944....

Reduta Kaliska - a small square at the intersection of Kaliska and Grójecka streets commemorates the Polish partisans who defended the so-called "Kalisz stronghold" in the Ochota district during the Warsaw Uprising of 1944....

A "Tchorek plaque" on Marszałkowska Street. The Germans executed 40 people here on 2nd August 1944, during the Warsaw Uprising....

A "Tchorek plaque" on Marszałkowska Street. The Germans executed 40 people here on 2nd August 1944, during the Warsaw Uprising....

A "Tchorek plaque" in Royal Castle Square (Plac Zamkowy). The Germans executed 50 people here on 2nd September 1944, during the Warsaw Uprising....

A "Tchorek plaque" in Royal Castle Square (Plac Zamkowy). The Germans executed 50 people here on 2nd September 1944, during the Warsaw Uprising....

A "Tchorek plaque" on the wall of the Church of John the Baptist (Kościół Jana Bożego). The church was used as a field hospital during the Warsaw Uprising and on 30th August 1944 the Germans murdered 300 people here....

A "Tchorek plaque" on the wall of the Church of John the Baptist (Kościół Jana Bożego). The church was used as a field hospital during the Warsaw Uprising and on 30th August 1944 the Germans murdered 300 people here....

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