St Alexander's Church (Kosciól sw. Aleksandra)

Interesting
Standing in the middle of a square, Plac Trzech Krzyzy, this church was built in 1818 in honour of Tsar Alexander I of Russia, also King of Poland. Based on the Pantheon in Rome, it was destroyed during the war, then rebuilt in its original form. Its charm makes it a popular choice of venue for wedding ceremonies.

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Place Trzech-Krzyzy

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