The re-discovered statue of Christ the King, and the statue of Copernicus returned to their old places in Warsaw.
|00:00:01:12||People gathered before the św.Krzyż church.|
|00:00:04:19||The destroyed statue of Christ the King.|
|00:00:07:12||The destroyed statue of Copernicus.|
|00:00:09:10||The gathered people celebrate and greet the figure of Christ the King, which is being returned to its old place in front of the church.|
|00:00:27:09||Putting the figure in its old place in front of the św.Krzyż church.|
Information about finding the statues of Christ the King and Copernicus, taken by the Germans, in the Nissa (Nysa) town caused great joy in Warsaw. These statues have been returned to the capital. The citizens of Warsaw greet the figure of Christ the King with flowers and tears as it returns to its old place in front of the św. Krzyż church (Church of the Holy Cross).