Chopin Monument, Warsaw

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The first monument destroyed during German occupation, Chopin Monument was recast in 1958 from the original mold. The statue depicts a willow representing the composer and pianist Frédéric Chopin's long, graceful fingers. Located in Warsaw's Royal Baths Park, the statue makes a good stop if you're touring the grounds. For travelers who use our online itinerary creator, Warsaw holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Chopin Monument and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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  • We got a local bus out to here - about 10 minutes from the centre. it was too far to walk. it was a lovely park covered in snow and the monument is in a nice setting over a pond. There was one of the ...  more »
  • This very famous Polish composer (first I was thinking he was a Frenchman, sorry guys) is sitting under the tree. Nearby there is a wooden bench with the special button and if it is pressed, you can h...  more »
  • Inside Lazienski Park you can see this statue of Polish composer amidst lush surroundings full of various animals living in the Park.
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  • I have been a regular visitor to the park over the years. Home for me is just a few km away.It really is the most beautiful of city parks. This monument to Chopin is a must see especially during the warm months of summer when on Sundays there are free concerts. Bring a blanket and a picnic and settle down listening to his music played by top musicians. Concerts can be busy but it’s no problem to find a spot. Impossible not to enjoy.
  • Beautiful, outdoor space and monument. Looking forward to the sunny long days of summer to really enjoy it.
  • It's the biggest Shopen monumet
  • Łazienki Park is the largest park in Warsaw, and takes time to explore fully. Set aside a few unhurried hours to stroll, take photos and even listen to music if there are concerts happening. During summer there are plenty of classical recitals to be enjoyed. The statue of Chopin, the composer is a revered Polish cultural icon, has an interesting history. A good tour guide will tell you the stories around it, the park and the place it holds amongst the Polish. It's worth a visit, and is also one of many historical and cultural sites within the park itself. I visited the park on my own, and while I enjoyed the experience, visiting it with a tour guide is an entirely new level of experience. One great feature is the music of Chopin that can be heard playing from benches.
  • Quiet and cosy environment at the centre of the park:)
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