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Mermaid Statue

Pomnik Syrenki

This statue located in the middle of the Old Town Square is the symbol of the city. Another statue of the legendary mermaid is at the riverbank.

Rynek Starego Miasta 5/7 Warsaw, Poland

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Attractions near to Mermaid Statue

  • Warsaw Old Town

    UNESCO World Heritage Site. Historical core of the city with bustling streets, backstreet alleys, historical houses and cafés.

  • Palace of Culture and Science

    The highest building in Poland attracts the visitors mostly for its lookout terrace. A gift to the Polish by Stalin himself.

  • Royal Castle

    Royal seat of the king and government was completely destroyed during World War II and then rebuilt. Most important palace in Warsaw.

  • The Presidential Palace

    Official seat of the Polish president and one of the largest palaces in Warsaw. Majestic building is accompanied by the statue of prince Josef.

  • Barbican

    Monumental fortification built in 16th century was unfortunately almost destroyed during World War II and had to be restored.

  • Royal Baths Park

    Vast royal palace complex surrounded by splendid gardens. One of the most visited sights in Warsaw. A must see.

  • The Saxon Garden

    The oldest public park in Poland with number of various mythical statues scattered around the park. Peaceful place ideal for relaxing.

  • Nowy Świat Street

    Enjoy the lively spirit of Polish cities on this fashionable street. Leading through the Old Town, it is full of nobility palaces and shops.

  • Próżna Street

    Remnants of the Jewish Ghetto. The buildings remain empty and house Jewish festival every year. Walk around to experience its unique atmosphere.

  • Smaller Basilica of the Holy Cross

    Another important church. There are said to be hidden urns with hearts of F. Chopin and W. Reymont in the pillars.

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