Tomb of the Unknown Soldier
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Tomb of the Unknown Soldier information
Inside the Saxon Gardens, the remnants of the Saxon Palace (Pałac Saski), which was destroyed during WWII, shelter the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. The guard is changed every hour, and groups of soldiers marching back and forth between the tomb and the Radziwiłł Palace are a regular sight, though the big event is the ceremonial changing of the guard that takes place every Sunday at noon.