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GoPoland!: Where to Go: Warsaw: Sights: Religious Sights
Metropolitan Orthodox Church
According to rumour, Poland is almost 100% Roman Catholic, but that is an historical anomaly. Traditionally of many beliefs, Poland still houses examples from other denominations. On the eastern side of the Vistula River stands the Metropolitan Orthodox Church (designed by N.A. Syczew in 1867-69).
Orthodox Cemetary
More examples of orthodoxy can be found in the Wola District.
The Last
Synagogue
And from another quarter, discover the one remaining synagogue in Warsaw along Twarda Street. It stands reminder of one of the largest Jewish populations in Europe before WWII.
Powazki Cemetary
Here you will find Warsaw's oldest cemetary, the Roman-Catholic Powazki Cemetary, established in 1790.
The
Holy Cross Church
The Holy Cross Church is the most popular church among Varsovians. Located on Krakowskie Przedmiescie, it also gains renown as the final resting place of Chopin's heart.

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