The Pauline Church

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ul. Bozego Ciala, Krakow, Poland
The Pauline Church - Entrance path to the church.
The Pauline Church - Inside the Pauline church.
The Pauline Church - The square between the church and the cloister.
The Pauline Church - The outside wall of the church.

The Pauline Church Krakow Reviews

Pearl510 Pearl510
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A Christian church in the Jewish quarter Jul 16, 2008
I don't know if the Pauline church (also called Ciala church) is the only Catholic church in Kazimierz, but it sure stands out between the other architecture.

The inside of the building isn't very spectacular, though there are a number of important paintings and in the crypt some of Krakow's most famous inhabitants were buried.

From the outside Pauline church looks quite nice, and so is the little square surrounding it. At the side you'll find the cloister of the Pauline order, but of course tourists can't visit here.

I wouldn't place this one at the top of your to do list, but if you pass by it is certainly worth to have a look inside.
Entrance path to the church.
The square between the church and …
Inside the Pauline church.
The outside wall of the church.
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jennjeff1 says:
I was only really only familiar with the big walled city and castle portion of Krakow. Now I'll have to add the old churches to my reasons for needing to travel to Krakow someday. ~Jeff
Posted on: Jul 27, 2008
Pearl510 says:
Indeed. Now, you got to know, Krakow is full of them. They said there are about 120 in the city, of which a good 30 in the old town alone! :)
Posted on: Jul 27, 2008
jennjeff1 says:
It is always interesting to see churches that have survived under communist rule, especially in Eastern Europe.
Posted on: Jul 27, 2008
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