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Church of St. Benon

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Church of St. Benon

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It is certainly not the most interesting church in Warsaw. But it has an even more interesting history. In addition, you will encounter positive German-Polish accents here.

This is a touristic overview of the church For a detailed description, please click the box below.

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Visit to the church

In Warsaw, no entrance fee is charged to enter the houses of prayer.

Excluded are crypts or museums located mostly in the basement area. The crypts in this church are unfortunately not open to the public.

Website of the church

1646 - 1649
Condition after World War II
In the Warsaw touristic area?
Yes | Warsaw New Town
+48 799 015 075
Piesza 1, 00-230 Warszawa
How to get
The church is located not far from the market square of Warsaw New Town. The nearest metro station "Ratusz Arsenal" is 1.2 km away. There are no bus or tram stops nearby. There is also no municipal bike rental station nearby

Short description

The Brotherhood of St. Benno began building the church in 1646. It was consecrated as early as 1649.

Since 1787, the church is closely associated with the pastoral care of the Redemptorists. St. Clement in particular stands out. In Poland, the Redemptorists are therefore also called Bennonites.

During the war, it was first looted, later blown up. In 1958, the church was rededicated by Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski. The Redemptorists still look after the house of prayer today.

The Brennobruderschaft was founded in Munich on 31 May 1603 to support impoverished citizens and craftsmen.


The church is barrier-free.

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