Monument on the Kaim Hill

This monument is located in Krakow‘s district Bieżanów. It has been established to commemorate Russian force refutation, it is placed exactly in the spot, where they met Austro-Hungarian Army during World War I. The memorial of Krakow’s saving was unveiled on its first anniversary – 6th of December 1915. The author of the obelisk is Henryk Nitra.


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