We where on a guided tour and our guide invented a funny story about the sibling in Copenhagen. Nice square as well
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The statue is surprisingly small and almost lost among numerous tables and cafes located in the sqare. But it is a beautiful statue, although quite different from the Kopenhagen mermaid.
The Warsaw Mermaid has a delightful story and sits in the middle of a square full of shops, coffee shops and restaurants. People watching is fun and a concert was going on one night.
The Warsaw Mermaid in the centre of the old town square is actually a replica, but still a very beautiful centre piece and the water feature she sits on is very relaxing. The statue certainly gives some ambience to the square. The real Mermaid is...More
Once you know the myth, and realize how it became a symbol of defiance, this is really quite a moving spot. Seems to suggest that peoples’ spirits will not be broken. It is a pretty monument that is not overwhelming in size, and is a...More
The beautiful monument of the Mermaid of Warsaw stands in the middle of the Marketplace in the Old Town in Warsaw, Poland. It represents the symbol of Poland's capital city, Warsaw. The sculpture, made of bronzed zinc is 2.5 meters high, and it was made...More
We also saw the real statue in the Warsaw Musuem which is on The Old Town Museum and found the story behind it quite fascinating. Try and make time to visit The Warsaw Museum which is in the corner of the square. You won't be...More
It is central in the main square, but with all those restaurants, tables, umbrellas it is so busy and crowded. Especially in the weekend you cannot take a photo, just too many people , tourists