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Marconi Fountain

Saxon Gardens, Warsaw 99-200, Poland
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This lovely fountain is located in Saxon Gardens right behind the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. It... read more

Reviewed 12 June 2017
Sharon M
Abingdon, Maryland
A lovely large fountain.

This is a lovely large fountain, located not far from the Saxon gardens. While the fountain is not... read more

Reviewed 18 February 2017
Tel Aviv, Israel
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This white fountain was designed in 1855 by Henryk Marconi as part of the city's first sewer and filter system.
  • Excellent54%
  • Very good35%
  • Average10%
  • Poor0%
  • Terrible1%
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Saxon Gardens, Warsaw 99-200, Poland
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Reviewed 12 June 2017

This lovely fountain is located in Saxon Gardens right behind the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. It really is a beautiful fountain with a lot of detail. It dates back to the mid 1800s. By the way, it has nothing to do with G. Marconi,...More

Thank Sharon M
Reviewed 18 February 2017

This is a lovely large fountain, located not far from the Saxon gardens. While the fountain is not unique in any way, its sheer size is impressive enough.

Thank TheShis
Reviewed 23 November 2016

When seeing from far away, it doesn't seem to be that large! It's so beautiful, especially at night, when it's illuminated with a slightly yellowish light.

Thank g_marianaa
Reviewed 13 November 2016 via mobile

Very pretty fountain, located in the Saxon gardens, near the Monunent to the unknown soldier. Italian-style fountain, quite a thing to behold.

Thank Aleksandar S
Reviewed 31 October 2016 via mobile

We went for a Sunday walk and found this fountain in the middle of a really nice park in the city of Warsaw. The fountain is impressive, we loved it and despite the cold weather we were glad to have the chance of visiting it.

Thank Alexis R
Reviewed 9 October 2016 via mobile

What a wonderful surprise by the tomb of the unknown soldier, right behind the tomb is a wonderful green space which includes this fountain, lovely place to see and enjoy some time

Thank Dawnmarie O
Reviewed 5 September 2016

This beautiful fountain was like a becon as I walked in the gardens, the mist from it bathing the folks around it. Great place to chill. Enjoy!

Thank William M
Reviewed 24 July 2016

Just behind the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Saxon Garden is the attractive Marconi Fountain. The fountain was designed by Henryk Marconi and was created in 1855. Saxon Garden is a tranquil place with some very nice sights be seen and Marconi Fountain is...More

Thank paullegate
Reviewed 20 July 2016

This fountain is adjacent to the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier across the street from the Sofitel Hotel (where we stayed). The fountain is surrounded by statues and a labyrinth of grassy areas and flower gardens and gravel edges. Serene and a perfect addition to...More

Thank AmandaOldRog
Reviewed 12 July 2016

When you are a bit tired after sightseeing of Warsaw, maybe after visiting any museums than come to the Unknown Soldier Tomb Monument and after a moment of silence continue entering the Saxon Gardens - little park in a city centre of Warsaw. In a...More

Thank AnnaNowi
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