Most of the Gothic churches in Poland are made of brick and characterized by the simplicity of form and the lack of rich décor. In the south of the country, there are a few examples of wood and stone constructions, but brick was usually the material used.
With its slender architecture, the Church of the Holiest Savior in Warsaw raises two slim towers into the sky, on top of which there are Catholic crosses. For this reason, it seems that the temple, dreaming of ascension, stretches upward with all its stone power.
Fenicja restaurant in Warsaw specializes in serving Lebanese cuisine, rich in Mezza (appetizers), lava grill dishes, and desserts. On the menu, you can find a wide range of vegetarian and meat dishes, also as take-away.
Build at the end of the 19th century, the Cathedral of St. Mary Magdalene is the first completely original Orthodox church in Warsaw. At that time, other Orthodox churches in the city were former Catholic religious buildings.
The Church of St. Anthony of Padua is the first Warsaw Baroque church, build in the 17th century for the Order of the Franciscans according to the design of the Italian architect Simone Giuseppe Belotti.