"Church of the Holy Spirit" New Town Tip by ZiOOlek

New Town, Warsaw: 31 reviews and 59 photos


At first, built out of wood along with a town hospital in the 14th century. Destroyed during the Swedish invasion.

The new Baroque-style building was raised in 1707-1717 to J.Piola and J.Belotti design. One of the Rectors of the monastery was Father A. Kordecki, defender of Czestochowa. The porch and the stairs added in 1845, to the design by Kleopfas Konopka. The church was damaged in 1944, later it was rebuilt togethet with the classicist kiosk from the turn of XVIII and XIX century.

Address: 23 Nowomiejska street
Directions: New Town

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  • Written Jun 6, 2006
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