Poland has always been known for its tolerance in religious matters, which is reflected by the multitude of beautiful places of worship in Warsaw. Many of these churches were damaged during World War II, but some were left unscathed. Others were rebuilt after the war. This gallery contains photos of the St. Barbara's, St. Mary Ascension, Holy cross, St. Joseph, Protestant, Our Lady Queen of Poland, St. Alexander, Saviour, St. Mary Magdalene's Russian Orthodox churches and of St. Florian's cathedral.
01 St Barbara church 02 Cupola of St Barbara church 03 St Mary Ascension church 04 Holy cross church 05 Protestant church
06 Our Lady Queen of Poland cathedral 07 Our Lady Queen of Poland cathedral 08 Our Lady Queen of Poland cathedral 09 St Alexander church 10 St Alexander church 11 Saviour church at night
12 Saviour church at night 13 St Mary Ascension church at night 14 St Mary Ascension church at night 15 Cardinal Wyszynski statue and Wizytki church at night 16 Wizytki church at night 17 Holy cross church at night
01 Front view 02 Church roof and spires 03 Front view and believers 04 Church roof and spires 05 Side view and trees
06 Side view and trees 07 Side view and trees 08 Interior with golden altar 09 Interior with golden altar 10 Pillars and golden images
11 Interior and people 12 Column and golden images 13 Cupola 14 Golden images 15 Golden altar
01 Front view with towers 02 Front view with towers 03 Side view 04 Towers 05 Main entrance 06 Church interior
07 Church interior 08 Stained glass window 09 Stained glass window 10 Church interior 11 Church interior 12 Stained glass window
13 Stained glass windows
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