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Warsaw has changed a lot since the fall of the Soviet bloc – the city swanks a dazzling skyline of skyscrapers and luxury hotels that shade the gloomy communist architecture which still stands. The Old Town, which was rebuild after WWII, is now a thriving center of cultural significance. Warsaw is an important scene for fashionistas too, with chic boutiques and luxury shopping. The cuisine is exquisite – a mix of Polish, Russian, Lithuanian, German and Jewish influences.

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All Saints' Church (Kościół Wszystkich Świętych)

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All Saints' Church (Kościół Wszystkich Świętych)

The largest church in Warsaw

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All Saints' Church (Kościół Wszystkich Świętych) was designed by Henryk Marconi in neo-Renaissance style and built in 1861-1893. The church can accommodate up to 3,500 people, making it the largest church in Warsaw.

During the Nazi occupation All Saints' Church (Kościół Wszystkich Świętych) served Christians of Jewish origin. Fortunately, the church was not destroyed in the war, but it did suffer serious damage, and had to be rebuilt. An original 1880 altar can be found inside, as well as an iron-cut pulpit from 1889.

All Saints' Church (Kościół Wszystkich Świętych)
plac Grzybowski 3/5, 00-115 Warsaw
+48 22 6204677