Adam Mickiewicz Monument in Kraków, (Polish: pomnik Adama Mickiewicza w Krakowie), is one of the best known bronze monuments in Poland, and a favourite meeting place at the Main Market Square in the Old Town (Stare Miasto) district of Kraków.
The statue of Adam Mickiewicz, the greatest Polish Romantic poet of the 19th century, was unveiled on June 16, 1898, on the 100th anniversary of his birth, in the presence of his daughter and son. It was designed by Teodor Rygier, a little-known sculptor at the time, who won the third and final competition for this project by popular demand ahead of over 60 artists in total, the renowned painter Jan Matejko included.
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Liubov Bevz | Jan 21, 2018
This is monument of great polish poet. It is easy to get directions in Google maps with using this monument as your location.
David Coleman | Nov 15, 2017
I like the fact it's open 24/7. Good quality statue. One for the whole family. It's got those shady eyes that follow you around. I can see why people spend 30 minutes here.
Filip Darczuk | Apr 11, 2018
Dhiresh Mistry | Nov 7, 2017
Nice fountain with amazing statue in center. The central square itself is best place to be in summer.
James Coyle | Sep 22, 2017
Beautiful statue of one of Poland's most famous poets. Also the meeting point of the Krawl Through Krakow pub crawl which is pretty good craic!
Darryl Wandless | May 9, 2018
This monument is of the national poet of Poland in Europe's largest medieval town square.. 🌟 .. well worth a visit..!!
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