Cracow has many amazing monuments, some are popular, some are less known or almost forgotten. Here's the list of the most interesting ones, so it's worth of taking a walk and see them in a free time:
- The monument of Adam Mickiewicz on the Main Square – it's the symbol of Cracow in some way, and also the place where you can a meet your friend if you want to find each other in a crowded market square.
- The monument of Aleksander Fredro – it's located in front of Juliusz Słowacki Theatre.
- The monument in memory of Grunwald – interesting piece of art, placed on Matejko Platz, in memory of one of the most important battle in the Middle Age in 1410
- The monument of Tadeusz Kościuszko – you can find it on Wawel, when you enter the gate.
- The monument of Lila Weneda – romantic, beautiful monument of fictional character of Juliusz Słowacki's play. It's a bit hidden, located on Planty among the trees, less known than the previous ones.
- The monument of bear called Wojtek – in Park Jordana you can find the monument of a bear who served with Polish soldiers during World War II
- The monument of the dog Dżok – the monument of a dog who was waiting on his dead owner for over a year in the same place the man died.