Witness to history and viewing point with a city panorama

Tatar Mound in Przemyśl

Przemyśl, as a city of many cultures, has monuments and remains of the presence of various peoples here. The Tatar Mound, also called Przemysław's Mound, is a relic from the 9th century, probably piled up by Magyars for cult purposes and used for the same purpose by Slavs in the pre-Christian period. The mound itself is not very impressive, as it is only 10.4 m tall from its base, but together with the hill, it forms an elevation of 360.7 m above sea level. From its peak, there is a great view of the city and its surroundings. At its base is the XVIb battery "Tatar Mound", and opposite the path leading to the top are the remains of Polish trenches from the city's defense in September 1939.

Aerial view of the mound
Aerial view of the mound
Cross on the mound

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