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The 17th century church of St. Hyacinth on Freta Street in Warsaw. 
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The 17th century church of St. Hyacinth on Freta Street in Warsaw.

Wikipedia: "St. Hyacinth's Church was founded by the Dominican Order and adjoins Warsaw's largest monastery. The church is a mixture of Renaissance and early-Baroque styles. Its construction began in 1603 and was completed in 1639. During World War II, the church and monastery served the Polish forces in the Warsaw Uprising as a field hospital. This fact turned these buildings into targets of frequent bombing by the Germans".
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The 17th century epitaph of Regina Sroczyńska in St. Jack's church in WarsawThe 17th century epitaph of Adam Kotowski in St. Jack's church in WarsawThe 17th century epitaph of Małgorzata Kotowska in St. Jack's church in WarsawThe Kotowski family crypt in St. Jack's church in Warsaw
The 18th century wooden church of Saint Joseph in Łódź. 
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Inside the 18th century wooden church of Saint Joseph in Łódź. 
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Inside the 18th century wooden church of Saint Joseph in Łódź.
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The Neo-Romanesque parish church of the Elevation of the Holy Cross in Łódź, built in 1860-1875. 
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The Neo-Romanesque parish church of the Elevation of the Holy Cross in Łódź, built in 1860-1875.
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In front of the Archcathedral Basilica of St. Peter and St. Paul on the Ostrów Tumski island in Poznań. 
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In front of the Archcathedral Basilica of St. Peter and St. Paul on the Ostrów Tumski island in Poznań.

It is one of the oldest churches in Poland and the oldest Polish cathedral, as it was originally built in the second half of the 10th century. In the 14th and 15th centuries, the church was rebuilt in the Gothic style. At that time, a crown of chapels was added. A fire in 1622 did such serious damage that the cathedral needed a complete renovation, which was carried out in the Baroque style. Another major fire broke out in 1772 and the church was rebuilt in the Neo-Classical style. In 1821, Pope Pius VII raised the cathedral to the status of a Metropolitan Archcathedral and added the second patron - Saint Paul. The last of the great fires occurred on 15 February 1945, during the liberation of the city from the Germans. The damage was serious enough that the conservators decided to return to the Gothic style, using as a base medieval relics revealed by the fire. The cathedral was reopened on 29 June 1956. (Text based on Wikipedia).
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