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List of equestrian statues in Poland

This is a list of equestrian statues in Poland.

See also: List of equestrian statues by country



  • Equestrian of King Jan III Sobieski in the Wilanów Palace park.
  • Equestrian of Prince Poniatowski in front of the Presidential Palace by Bertel Thorvaldsen.
  • Monument to The Polish Cavalry.
  • Monument to The Polish Hussars.


  • Equestrian of King Kazimierz Wielki.


  • Equestrian of King Jan III Sobieski by Tadeusz Barącz.
  • Equestrian of Emperor Wilhelm I in front of the Brama Wyżynna (High gate), destroyed.


  • Equestrian of Field Marshal Piłsudski by Antun Augustinčić.


  • Monument to The Polish Cavalry.


  • Equestrian of General Tadeusz Kościuszko by Leonard Marconi and Antoni Popiel.
  • Battle of Grunwald monument (Monument to King Władysław Jagiełło) by Antoni Wiwulski, 1914.


  • Equestrian of Field Marshal Piłsudski by Jan Raszka.

Marcinkowo Górne

  • Equestrian of Prince Leszek Biały by Jakub Juszczyk, 1927.


  • Monument to Saint Martin of Tours by Jerzy Sobociński.


  • Monument to Postal Workers killed in action in World War I by Felix Kupsch.

Ostrów Mazowiecka

  • Equestrian of Field Marshal Józef Piłsudski by Antoni Pug-Miszewski.


  • Monument to 15th Poznań Uhlans regiment.


  • Equestrian of Bartolomeo Colleoni, the replica of the statue in Venice.
  • Monument to Emperor Wilhelm I, destroyed.


  • Equestrian of King Bolesław Chrobry, 2007.


  • Equestrian of Hetman Jan Zamoyski by Marian Konieczny.


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