Warsaw Citadel

Local nameCytadela Aleksandrowska
LocationŻoliborz, Warsaw, Poland

Warsaw Citadel is a 19th-century fortress in Warsaw, Poland. It was built by order of Tsar Nicholas I after the suppression of the 1830 November Uprising in order to bolster imperial Russian control of the city. It served as a prison into the late 1930s, especially the dreaded Tenth Pavilion of the Warsaw Citadel; the latter has been a museum since 1963.

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Muzeum X (branch of Museum of Independence) is now closed for renovation.

More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Warsaw_Citadel

Museum X http://muzeum-niepodleglosci.pl/xpawilon/

Phone +48 22 839 12 68

Address Skazańców 25 Warsaw, Poland

Coordinates 52°15'50.914" N 21°0'0.772" E

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