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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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