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St. Kazimierz Church

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St. Kazimierz Church

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walking-warsawA very beautiful little church in the market square of the New Town.


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

Church tour

Visit this and many more churches on our special private church tour with a licensed city guide. For full details and a booking form, please click the box below.

Visit inside

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

The interior of the church
1688 - 1692
Condition after World War II
In the touristic area?
Yes | Warsaw New Town
+48 22 831 49 62 (monastery) (monastery)
Rynek Nowego Miasta 2, 00-001 Warszawa
How to get
METRO: Metro station "Ratusz Arsenal" is 1,2 km away.
ZU FUß: The market square in the Old Town is 550 m away; from there it is 300 m to the Castle Square, where there are numerous bus and tram lines.
FAHRRAD: It is possible to go here by bike. We recommend to use our bike rental VarsoVelo.

Short description

St Casimir’s Church dominated the market square of the New Town, which many visitors often reach only by chance because they make a U-turn shortly after the Barbican in the Old Town. It looks to many as if there should be nothing more to come. So don’t make the same mistake, keep going!

The church and the adjoining monastery were built in 1688-1692. The architect was Tylman van Gameren, who was famous throughout Europe in that time. Numerous extensions to the interior of the church followed until 1780.

Until the outbreak of the Warsaw Uprising in 1944, the building was still in very good condition; the house of prayer survived all bombings and acts of war almost unscathed. Unfortunately, a bomb destroyed almost the entire building during the uprising and buried over 1000 people under the ruins.

Reconstruction was completed in 1952.

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The New Town is not particularly well suited for people with limited mobility. I cannot recommend wheelchair users to go to the New Town without third-party assistance.

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