Church of St Casimir

Warsaw, Poland
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The temple was founded by the ruler Jan III and his wife in the XVII century at his own expense. Inside is the tomb of the Polish princess - the daughter of Jan III. The church was built in the style of classicism and baroque with strict observance of geometric proportions according to the project of architect T. Gamerski. After the bombing, only the 17th century garden was preserved. The temple was rebuilt in the middle of the XX century.
Church of St Casimir
Address:rynek Nowego Miasta 2, Warszawa


Cute exterior. Simple baroque on the inside. Beautifully reconstructed


Pretty looking from the outside and very humble and simple from the inside. It wasn’t not open to really go inside the main part of the church but it still had a bench for making a prayer. It suits the market square really well.


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