Participants will walk towards the Warsaw Insurgents Cemetery commemorating the inhabitants of the capital who perished during the Warsaw Rising. Their names will be read out during the march.
5th August - Friday - 7:00 p.m.
Starting point: ul. Leszno and al. „Solidarności”
End of the March of Remembrance - 8:30 p.m. - Warsaw Insurgents Park
Participants will light candles at the Monument to the Fallen Undefeated and at the exhibition "Keep them in memory" - „Zachowajmy ich w pamięci” dedicated to the civilian victims of the Warsaw Rising.
Live broadcast: fb.com/1944pl
Right now, a new temporary exhibition shows a unique collection of 48 stereoscopic photographs taken in the late 1920’s depicting Warsaw with its well-known as well as less visited places.
The Committee for Ukrainian Museums – founded to help Ukrainian cultural institutions in the face of Russian aggression – invites all, to support the cause and raise funds for the acquisition of electronic equipment that will help Ukrainian museums digitalize their collections.
Russian aggression towards Ukraine poses a threat to the century-old cultural heritage of the country. The most valuable objects of Ukrainian culture could be destroyed. Polish people understand well what the extermination of cultural assets entails – destruction of museum collections, library resources and archival material.
Russian aggression against Ukraine has already led to countless crimes and caused victims and suffering. In such circumstances, people are most important. The people facing barbarous bombing and the soldiers fighting against the aggressor. Today the Ukrainians pay with their lives to defend their Homeland. However, any war leads also to irreparable loss of cultural and national heritage.