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St. Martin´s Church

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St. Martin´s Church

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St Martin’s Church stands in the middle of the Old Town, but is often overlooked. It is not the most worth seeing church in Warsaw, but forms a beautiful composition together with the Piwna Street.


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


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

There are no other publicly accessible sightseeing opportunities apart from the interior of the church.

Website of the church (only pl)

Beginning of the 14th century
Condition after World War II
Warsaw touristic area
Yes | Old Town
+48 22 831 02 21 / 22 (Office)
Piwna 9-11, 00-264 Warszawa
How to get
Metro station "Ratusz Arsenal" is 1.2 km away | Bus stops "Stare Miasto (Old Town)", "Plac Zamkowy" or "Kapitulna" | It is best to park your bike on the castle square (Plac Zamkowy); also use the city's bike rental system Veturilo.

Short description

The church and monastery were donated by the Prince of Mazovia and his wife in 1380. The wooden construction was destroyed in a fire in 1478. The reconstruction dragged on for many years.

In the first half of the 18th century, the church was given a classicist façade.

During the Second World War, it was blown up together with the Old Town. From the inventory, only a partially burnt Jesus figure survived. An admirable work of art from the post-war period is the Stations of the Cross by Alma Szydlewska.

As Piwna Street is very narrow, it is almost impossible to see the façade with enough distance.


A flat lane for wheelchair users has been installed on one side of Piwna Street. Difficulties are encountered beforehand, however, on Castle Square, where people have to rely on assistance from third parties.

Nearby attractions

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