The Lithuanian Square

The main square of the city impresses with its appearance. There are monuments of Marshal Jozef Pilsudski and the Constitution of May 3, as well as an obelisk commemorating the signing of the Act of the Union of Lublin. The Czechowicz memorial marks the spot where the poet was killed by a Luftwaffe bomb in 1939. Palaces of the magnates adorn
Square’s west side, and there is a fountain in the middle. The popular tree that grows on the Square and next to which a time capsule was buried, is a symbol of resistance to Russian rule.

Litewski Square at night


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