Wanda Burial Mound (Polish: Kopiec Wandy) is a tumulus located in Mogiła, in Kraków, Poland. The hill is believed to be the final resting place of the legendary Princess Wanda. According to one version of the story, she committed suicide by drowning herself in the Vistula to avoid an unwanted marriage. The hill is close to the site on the river bank where her body was found. Archaeological studies were conducted on the site in 1913 and mid-1960 but did not provide conclusive evidence of the hill's age and purpose.
The hill base has a diameter of approximately 50 meters and is located at an altitude of 238 meters AMSL. The hill itself is 14 meters high. Unlike the other three mounds of Krakow, this burial mound is not located on a natural hill. The first written mention of the hill dates back to the 13th century.