St. Alexander's Church (Kosciol Sw Aleksandra), Warsaw

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  • That the Church looks interesting-round and surrounded on each side of carriageways-rather it sees each. Do not see that it is what is on the inside, and it is a beautiful altar and the entire interior. I recommend a visit for a while and take a look at this.
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  • It was commissioned on the occasion of the visit of the zar Alejandro I. Reminded me of the Pantheon of Rome. Essential.
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  • This great Church of Warsaw has the distinction of being placed right in the middle of a busy square, not the benefits. We first saw her going through the tour bus (which was still a few minutes in traffic) and we then walked back to visit. I agree with those who do not believe among the most beautiful churches in Warsaw. It was built in the early 800 in honour of Tsar Alexander I of Russia and, practically, is copy, not quite live up to the original, the Pantheon in Rome.
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  • Temple with a central plan, with large dome of high neoclassical influence. Main weakness being in the middle of a busy thoroughfare and the crossings are not regulated by traffic lights. @gargio76
  • They told me that the Church is from the time of the Russian Government and is associated with the Emperor Alexander I as we know about the attitude of Poles towards their eastern neighbor.
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  • The dominant of the three crosses square is the Church of St. Alexander. It was built in the 1920s. The 19th century according to a design by Christian Piotr Aigner. Round the fine plan, neoclassical form and set on the axis of the two stately columned porticoes.
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  • Very nice tut shrine, come and see
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  • Church of the three crosses Square around to see ...
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