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Website of the church
Royal Route in Warsaw
The Carmelite church is located on the Royal Route, for which we have prepared a separate overview.
Condition after World War II
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Contact (church administration)
How to get
The Carmelite Church was built in 1661-1681 and from 1762 to 1780 was remodelled in the Classicist style. It was the first stone façade in the Royal Republic of Poland-Lithuania (ex. 1569-1795).
The church was not destroyed during World War II and thus served as a concathedral until the consecration of St John’s Cathedral.
Our tips in the area
Museum of Caricature and Cartoon Art | 290 m |
The Caricature Museum is a very small and at the same time exceptional museum. It belongs to truly rare museums. Kozia Street, where the museum is located, is a very romantic street that was used by little Chopin to avoid the busy Krakowskie Przedmiescie Street on his way to school.
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The Carmelite Church is also easy to reach for wheelchair users.