Cathedral of St. Florian's in Warsaw, Poland

Poland, Warsaw

The Cathedral of St. Florian, more formally known as the Cathedral of St. Michael the Archangel and St. Florian the Martyr, is a Roman Catholic church, located in Warsaw, the capital of Poland.

The church was built in 1897–1904, in the style of the Neo-Gothic by the Polish architect Józef Pius Dziekoński (1844–1927).

It was ceremonially consecrated in 1901. The two towers are about 75 m (250 ft) high.

The Cathedral of St. Florian's, was destroyed by the Germans as they withdrew from Poland in 1944 after the Warsaw Uprising, and rebuilt to the original plans between 1952–1972.

Opening hours:
Monday to Saturday:
9:00am to 5:00pm
2:00pm to 5:00pm

No visiting during mass please.

Free admission

ul. Floriańska 3, 03-707 Warsaw, Poland

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