Forest area located at the southern border of Warsaw — Stefan Starzyński’s Las Kabacki — was a silent witness to the biggest plane crash in the history of Polish civil aviation.
The remains of the plane were scattered on a rectangular area, which was 370 metres long and 50 metres wide. The tragedy that took place on that day is commemorated by a plaque with names of casualties located in the crash site.
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