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Unfortunately the Church was closed when i went there. Still, the outside architecture is really beautiful. Would have loved to go inside and check the interior. There is a lovely statue for Pope John Paul II outside.
Throughout Warsaw, you can see many tributes to Pope John Paul II. The formal name of the church is All Saints Church. It is easily recognizable because of the statue of the Pope John Paul II on the steps that commemorates the Pope’s 1987 opening...More
All Saints church was yet another superb church that we chanced upon while we were exploring around this part of town.
We were having a look around the Jewish Quater of this city and this church looks so nice with it lovely facade and statue...More
Very close to the Palace of Culture and Science and worth a brief diversion if you're visiting there. It is very sparsely decorated inside - it looks like it has been stripped - but is a beautiful building. The most noteworthy feature is the slightly...More
This is a lovely church, located next to the old Jewish quarter.
While the exteriors of the church are quite impressive, once you get inside you discover most of its walls are barren and painting are sadly faded.
Still, it worth a 10-minute visit while...More
near plac Grzybowski, interesting example of the monument from old Warsaw, near the Jewish quarter. build end XIX century to be the biggest church located just near historical Jewish quarter and synagogue to mark the presence and role of Christians in the city.
An amazingly huge, beautiful and serenely peaceful place of worship. So interesting and humbling to watch the Polish residents just nipping during their lunchtime, genuflecting at the door, sitting quietly saying their silent prayers before putting their headphones back on and leaving to their busy...More