Church of St. Casimir in Warsaw, Poland

Warsaw, Poland

The Church of St. Casimir is a Roman Catholic church, located in Warsaw, the capital of Poland.

The church was built in 1688–1692, in the style of the Baroque by the German architect Tylman van Gameren (1632–1706). It was ceremonially consecrated in 1715.

In World War II, the Church of St. Casimir was used as a hospital, destroyed by German Luftwaffe bombing in 1944, and rebuilt to the original plans between 1947–1953.

Rynek Nowego Miasta 2, 05-077 Warszawa, Poland

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