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

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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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  • It is a church monument that was erected by the citizens to commemorate Alejandro I, Tsar of Russia, who gave them the Constitution to the Kingdom of Poland. It was destroyed in the second world war and rebuilt to its original appearance.
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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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