Church of St Kazimierz in Warsaw New Town


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Church of St Kazimierz
The complex of the Church and Convent of the Holy Sacrament was designed by Tylman van Gameren and built in 1688 – 1692 by King Jan III Sobieski and Queen Maria Kazimiera. The complex possesses pieces of baroque art and the gravestone of Marie Charlotte de Bouillon, who was the granddaughter of Marie’s husband.

Previously interior of church was polychrome, now white after renovation after war. At the rear of the convent there is a garden which remained untouched during the war and stays unchanged since 17thcentury. It descends in tiers to the River Vistula.

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