Again, many of your great photo's are not shown, it said, move or deleter. Please advise.
My advice is: please wait for TBC.
Warsaw Old Town churches
Jesuit Church (Polish: Kościół Jezuitów), otherwise the Church of the Gracious Mother of God (Kościół Matki Bożej Łaskawej) is an ornate church in Warsaw, Poland. Immediately adjacent to St. John's Cathedral, it is one of the most notable mannerist churches in Poland's capital. Its beautiful slender tower may be seen from the Old Town Market Place.
St. John's Archcathedral in Warsaw (Polish: Archikatedra św. Jana w Warszawie) is a Catholic church in Warsaw's Old Town, is the only one archcathedral in Warszawa, the other 3 are cathedrals in the Polish capital. St. John's stands immediately adjacent to Warsaw's Jesuit church, and is one of the oldest churches in the city and the main church of the Warsaw archdiocese. St. John's Archcathedral is one of Poland's national pantheons. Along with the city, the church has been listed by UNESCO as of cultural significance. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St._John%27s_Cathedral,_Warsaw
St. Florian's Cathedral, more formally known as the Cathedral of St. Michael the Archangel and St. Florian the Martyr (Polish: Katedra Świętego Michała Archanioła i Świętego Floriana), is a Catholic church and historical landmark at ul. Floriańska 3 (English: 3 Florian Street) in eastern Warsaw. The 75-meter towers of St. Florian’s dominate the Praga district
During and after the Siege of Warsaw, churches were used as a hiding place for Jews, the Warsaw Army (Armia Warszawa) and as a general refuge for civilians. St. Florian's was destroyed by the Germans as they withdrew from Poland in 1944 after the Warsaw Uprising. The church remained in ruins for several years, but by the 1950s a reconstruction effort slowly began with support from Praga residents. The rebuilt church was re-opened in 1972.
I must say, you know how to catch my attention! These are all amazing, both inside and out. Though, I do prefer the older style architecture and not the very modern....
I like both. Jeanne, if you had lived in Poland in socialist times, having to encounter ugly architecture like those awful apartment blocks everywhere, I am sure that today you would appreciate anything, on condition it is different from those monstrosities: ]
I love everything that is built in Poland now. That is why I am presenting it.