An image of a monument at former Nazi camp Westerbork in the Netherlands. Each stone represents a single person who had stayed at Westerbork and died in a Nazi camp. Anne Frank stayed here from August till early September 1944, before she was taken to Auschwitz.
The Warsaw Uprising monument was unveiled on Krasinski Square, a site of fierce fighting, on August 1, 1989. It was designed by Professor Wincenty Kucma and architect Jacek Budyn and erected with donated funds. It consists of two groups of sculptures. This group depicts an attack by an insurgent unit.