The Church of the Holy Savior in Warsaw, the Polish name Najświętszego Kościół Zbawiciela - acting to this day the Catholic Cathedral. The ceremony of laying the first stone took place in 1901 and in 1927 the Church was consecrated by Bishop stanisław Gall.
The Church is located in the center of Warsaw on zbawiciela square (Plac Zbawiciela), at the following address: Marszałkowska (Marszalkowska) 37, Warszawa, Poland.
From the Central railway station (Warszawa Centralna), drama theatre named Gustawa Holoubka and the Palace of culture and science (Pałac Kultury i Nauki, abbreviated PKiN) to the Cathedral can be easily reached on foot, walking for 10-15 minutes.
This Basilica is a true decoration of the square of the Savior. Without it the area would not be so charming and would be kind of boring.
The Church is a thank-you gift to Christ the Saviour and embodies the Gothic style of architecture with elements inspired by the Polish Renaissance and Baroque.
The temple has fairly large size and rounded shape, no angles.
The facade of the Church is directed to the area of the Saviour. On the facade there are two statues of saints Peter and Paul.
Its slender architecture of the Cathedral throws into the heavens two huge towers, the top of which is flat out as you climb, introducing the spires of Catholic crosses at the top. Because of this, the impression that the temple, hoping to off, heaves up all its stone power.
View of the Cathedral of the Holy Savior on the side