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National Katyn Memorial, Baltimore

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The National KatyƄ Memorial is a monument in Baltimore, Maryland, which memorializes the victims of the 1940 Katyn massacre of Polish nationals carried out by Soviet forces. Baltimore's Polish-American community was instrumental in having the monument built. The monument was unveiled in 2000 and is the tallest statue in Baltimore. The statue itself is 44 feet (13.4 m) high, the whole monument, with base, is 56 feet (17 m).
The statue by sculptor Andrzej Pitynski was delivered from Poland and established in the Inner Harbor East at Aliceanna and President streets.
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  • This is a beautiful monument, with the story behind the event and the artwork itself clearly told in two large written displays. I wouldn't say it is worth driving to for it alone, but if you are in.....  more »
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  • Impressive memorial. The background information given next to the monument was appreciated. A good sightseeing stop for those with an interest in Polish history or a connection to Poland.
  • Beautiful memorial .Rising from horrific consequences..

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