Church of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary and of St. Joseph, Warsaw (Poland)

While walking around Warsaw city of Poland in Europe, we came across Carmelite Church which is also known as Church of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary and St. Joseph. This church has Warsaw's most notable neoclassical-style facade, which was built in 1983. This church is located on one of the main streets of Warsaw city, especially close to the Warsaw Old Town.

While walking around Warsaw city of Poland in Europe, we came across Carmelite Church which is also known as Church of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary and St. Joseph. This church has Warsaw's most notable neoclassical-style facade, which was built in 1983. This church is located on one of the main streets of Warsaw city, especially close to the Warsaw Old Town. 


The Carmelite church assumed its present appearance beginning in the 17th century and is best known for its twin belfries shaped like censers. There are many such beautiful examples of architecture in Poland and has importance from history standpoint. We came across many such beautiful buildings but couldn't explore all of them well. Even here at Carmelite Church, we didn't go inside and kept walking across the street. Walking in Warsaw is one of the best way to explore the city well and absorb it's culture.     More blog-posts from Poland in Europe :     How to reach Krakow city in Poland and things to visit, see, do & explore   Planty Park - Well located park in Krakow to offer diverse experience of this Historical City St Mary’s Basilica - One of the Architectural Marvels of Krakow  City in Poland           Town Hall Tower Tour - Things to know before visiting Krakow City in Poland  Old Town Market Square in Warsaw and Top places to visit/explore around it  Sigismund's Column & Royal Castle - Wonder why these are most photographed places in Warsaw, Poland  The Tour of Presidential Palace in Warsaw City and a walk around the streets - Poland Diaries  Grand Theatre, Warsaw - One of the largest theaters in Europe and in the World The Renaissance Sukiennice Cloth Hall - One of the main places to explore in Krakow City of Poland      Wawel Castle - A UNESCO World Heritage Site in Historic City of Krakow, Poland

The Carmelite church assumed its present appearance beginning in the 17th century and is best known for its twin belfries shaped like censers. There are many such beautiful examples of architecture in Poland and has importance from history standpoint. We came across many such beautiful buildings but couldn't explore all of them well. Even here at Carmelite Church, we didn't go inside and kept walking across the street. Walking in Warsaw is one of the best way to explore the city well and absorb it's culture. 

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