Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Jesus in Warsaw #4 (Architecture)

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The Church was built between 1907-1923 and designed by Luke Wolski. The founder of the church was Michael Peter Radziwill, from which the name of this part of Prague called Michałów. Initiated the construction of a person's development, and the temple was, however, his wife Maria of Kieżgajłłów-Zawisza Radziwill. The start of construction of the temple comes at a time of ecclesial renewal of life in Poland after the decree of Tsar issued in 1905 by allowing, inter alia, the creation of new parishes.

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aquilan 02-25-13 7:10 AM
Lilia, Steve. Thanks You much for Your time spent with my photos and words of Your comments.
bajanexile 02-24-13 3:41 PM
Nice POV in this image. Best regards Steve
lilia 02-24-13 12:41 PM
Beautifully photographed. Appreciate your historical notes.
Best, Lilia

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