Monument to Victims of the Wola Massacre

Local namePamięci 50 000 zamordowanych mieszkańców Woli, PW 1944
LocationWola, Warsaw, Poland

The Monument to Victims of the Wola Massacre is a monument commemorating the Wola massacre, the brutal mass-murder of the civilian population of Warsaw's Wola district, carried out by the Germans in the early days of the Warsaw Uprising, from 5 to 12 August 1944. It is located in a small square at the intersection of Solidarity Avenue and Leszno Street in Warsaw.

The monument was unveiled on 27 November 2004, in the year of the 60th anniversary of the Warsaw Uprising. It was designed by sculptor Richard Stryjecki and is made of Finnish granite. The monument was built on the initiative of a committee, headed by Lechosław Olejnick and Krzysztof Tadeusz Zwoliński.

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Address 1 Skwer Kardynała Stefana Wyszyńskiego, Warszawa 01-015, Poland

Coordinates 52°14'19.466" N 20°59'1.289" E

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