The Holy Cross Church

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ul. Krakowskie PrzedmieĊ›cie 3, Warsaw, Poland
The Holy Cross Church - Outside of the church
The Holy Cross Church - Statue of Christ carrying the cross, in front of the entrance
The Holy Cross Church - The hearth of Chopin
The Holy Cross Church - Miracles happen...
The Holy Cross Church - Miracles happen...

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Nice church keeping the hearth of Chopin Jul 22, 2008
In my opinion, the Holy Cross is one of the nicer churches of Warsaw. Build in the late 17th century, to replace an old and small wooden chapel, this Roman Catholic building is probably most famous because the hearth of Chopin is kept here.

As almost every building in Warsaw this church was blown away almost completely during the WOII. Yet it was, although simplified, rebuild afterwards.

The Holy Cross is an important church in Warsaw. Several important burials had place here in the past, as many artists, painters and musicians had their funerals here.
Outside of the church
Statue of Christ carrying the cros…
The hearth of Chopin
Miracles happen...
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