79 Grzybowska street - Wola


         Over the area of the Warsaw Uprising Museum in 79 Grzybowska street, Beyond the Remembrance Wall in the Park of Freedom - the Rose Garden is situated. One can look over a permanent exhibition of mural painting entitled "The Wall of Art". Works by both Polish and foreign artists are presented there.
         The first mural was painted there by Edward Dwurnik in the year 2006. Subsequently, more than 20 mural paintings appeared in this place. Next works are believed to be painted there in the future.
         The Warsaw Uprising Museum was first opened on July 31, 2004 over the area of the former Warsaw Tram Power Station in the Wola district. The Museum, making use of modern audio-visual means, presents the history of the Warsaw Uprising 1944 and, in a broader sense, the history of the Polish Underground State. The museum is very popular among both Warsaw residents and tourists who sightsee the capital of Poland.

compiled by: Maciej Janaszek-Seydlitz


pictures taken by: Maciej Janaszek-Seydlitz


translated by: Monika Ałasa





Agata Bogacka, 2012


Wiesław Rosocha, 2013


Henryk Chmielewski, 2009


Stasys Eidrigevicius, 2009


Piotr Młodożeniec, 2012


Bartek Materka, 2015


Tatjana Utz, 2008


Andrzej Pągowski, 2008


Anna Czarnota, 2008


Edward Dwurnik, Sierpień, 2006


Edward Dwurnik, Październik, 2006


Rafał Roskowiński , 2007


Twożywo, Wolność, 2007


Galeria Rusz, Wykreślanie, 2007


Wojciech Jaruszewski, 2007


Przemysław "Trust" Truściński, 2007


Piotr Janowczyk, 2007


Jakub Rebelka, 2007


Michał Frydrych, 2007


Dominik Jałowiński, 2013



Mikołaj Chylak, Powstańcze niebo, 2008


SGMA, 2008


Wilhelm Sasnal, Bratki, 2007


Pola Dwurnik, Warszawianka, 2008


Copyright © 2019 SPPW 1944. All rights reserved.