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When touring Old Town make sure you stop by here for a visit. Located opposite the main Warsaw University campus. Holy Cross Church is one of the most notable Baroque churches in Poland's capital. The church is currently administered by the Missionary Friars of Vincent...More
After visiting the Chopin Museum I decided to go to this church to find where his heart had been buried in a pillar. Turns out that quite a few other patriotic Poles who had also been buried in the pillars of this very ornately decorated...More
Yes, this falls in the category of generic churches that are a dime a dozen all over Europe with nothing to distinguish them from each other except perhaps the extent of abuse that may have taken place in each one of them.
Located just outside of old town this Church is in a beautiful area of town close to the University of Warsaw. Inside the church is just beautiful to behold but what makes it unique is that Chopin's heart is interned inside one of the columns...More
This is (in my opinion) the most beautiful Church in Warsaw. And Holy Cross Church is very easy to find. But asking for money beggars inside this Church ruin everything. They rush into you the moment you enter. They also have Chick to interrupt your...More