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St. Florian´s Cathedral

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St. Florian´s Cathedral

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The St. Florian’s Cathedral in Warsaw is situated in the district of Praga-North. The author of the church considered this project to be his life’s work.

Short description

The St. Florian’s Cathedral in the Praga district of Warsaw was constructed in the neo-Gothic style between 1888 and 1901. The height of the two towers is 75 meters. The church can accommodate up to 10 thousand worshipers. The author of this monumental project was Jozef Pius Dziekonski.

T he church was intended to serve as a counterpart to the Newski Church of the Russian Orthodox community in the neighborhood. Additionally, during the second half of the 19th century, the population grew rapidly, necessitating a new place of worship. Until then, Catholics had to cross to the other side of the river to participate in ceremonies and masses.

The church was blown up in 1944. Its reconstruction was only completed in 1970.

In 1992, the Warsaw-Praga Diocese was established, and the church became the seat of the bishop and a cathedral.

In 1997, John Paul II elevated the cathedral to the status of a minor basilica.

Archangel Michael and Saint Florian
1888 - 1901
Jozef Pius Dziekonski
Condition after World War II
50 % destroyed
In the touristic area?
Yes | District of Praga
Contact (Chancellery of the church)
+48 22 619 09 60
Florianska 3 03-707 Warszawa
How to get?
TRAM: The tram stop is called "Park Praski." There's a very good connection from the Warsaw Old Town to this stop.
On foot: One can walk from the Old Town across the Dabrowski Bridge (20 minutes).

Church tour

This church is not included, but perhaps you might be interested in our special church tour with a city guide! For all the details and booking options, please click on the following link.

Church tour

EUR 100
Overview and booking
2,5 h | 100€

Interior visit

In Warsaw, there is no entrance fee for entering places of worship. However, this does not apply to museums or crypts located in the basement areas.

Exceptions to this rule usually involve crypts or museums typically located in the basement areas. Unfortunately, the crypts in this church are not open to the public.

Website of the church

The St. Florian’s Cathedral is located in historic Warsaw’s Praga district, for which we have created a separate overview.


This church is not barrier free.

Beitragsbild © Roman Eugeniusz

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