Cathedral Chapter Square in Warsaw

 

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Cathedral Chapter Square
Cathedral Chapter Square is a small triangular square in the Old Town. Formerly this place was a cementary, which existed there until 1889.


A rococo statue of The Mother of God (1771) is the only relict of the cementary. The houses of the Curia and Cathedral Chapter surround the square and they were reconstructed after the Second World War. What is interesing is that No. 20/22 is the narrowest house in Warsaw. There are only two windows on each floor above the entrance.



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