"St Anne's church" St. Anna's Church Tip by mvtouring

St. Anna's Church, Warsaw: 15 reviews and 35 photos


Built in 1454 by Anne, princess of Mazovia, the church stands on the south corner of Castle Square. It was rebuilt in high-baroque style after being destroyed during the Swedish invasions of the 17th century, and thanks to 1990s redecoration and regilding it glows once again. A plaque on the wall outside marks the spot where Pope John Paul II celebrated mass in 1980, during his first visit to Poland after his election to the papacy.

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  • Written May 4, 2004
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