Mały Powstaniec

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Mały Powstaniec is a statue that commemorates child soldiers who fought and died in the Warsaw Uprising, the statue is situated in Warsaw, Poland. The design for the statue was created by Jerzy Jarnuszkiewicz in 1946 and the statue was completed in 1983. The statue is of a child with a helmet that is too big for him holding a submachine gun, both of which are styled on German equipment which was captured and used by the resistance fighters. Behind the statue is a plaque with the engraved words of "Warszawskie Dzieci" (‘Varsovian Children’), a popular song from the period.

Getting there

The statue is situated in the Old Town area of Warsaw. By tram, take the 4, 13, 20, 23, 25, 26 or 28 trams to ‘Stare Miasto’ which is a short walk away from the statue. By bus, take the 160, 190, 527, N11, N61, N66 or N71 buses to ‘Stare Miasto’ which is a short walk away from the statue.

Opening Times and Admission

The statue is situated in a public place, you can visit at any hour of any day for free.

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  • Mały Powstaniec, Podwale, 00-001 Warszawa, Poland
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