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St. Martin's Church, Warsaw

St. Martin's Church, Warsaw

St. Martin's Church is a church in Warsaw. It is located on ulica Piwna ("Beer Street") in the Polish capital's Old Town. The facade is Baroque, although the interior is completely modern. The profuse early baroque furnishings, created in the 1630s by Jan Henel (sculptor of King Władysław IV Vasa), together with the rococo decorations done in the 1750s, was destroyed by the Germans in a bombing of the church during the Warsaw Uprising. The church was ruined and was reconstructed after the World War II. Inside the church, at the end of right knave, sits a chapel of Our Lady of Consolation with a copy of a painting from the 15th century, and at the end of the left one - is the chapel of Jesus Christ. Next to the sanctuary there is a chapel of St. Francis with the most valuable element of the church's furnishing - a poly-chromed figure of the Virgin Mary with the Child.
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Sight Name: St. Martin's Church
Sight Location: Warsaw, Poland
Sight Type: Religious
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Tour Duration: 1 Hour(s)
Travel Distance: 2.3 Km or 1.4 Miles

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