Sigismund's Column is a monument that was originally erected in 1644 in Warsaw’s Castle Square. It was one of the city's most famous landmarks. It commemorates King Sigismund III as a sculpture on a Corinthian column, the king carries a cross in one hand and a sword in the other in the sculpture. The column and sculpture stand at 72ft high (22 metres) and has a plaque on one of its facings.
Most people attend the sight on foot, as the sight is situated in the centre of Warsaw; it is also served by most of the tramlines that pass through the city.
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With the monument being located in a public square it attracts plenty of visitors and is hard to miss with it being the main visual attraction in the square.