- St. Alexander's Church
Infobox Historic building
caption=St. Alexander's Church, on
Triple Cross Square, Warsaw.
name=St. Alexander's Church
architect=Chrystian Piotr Aigner
"Kościół św. Aleksandra" (St. Alexander's Church) is a Roman Catholic church on "Plac Trzech Krzyży" (
Triple Cross Square) in Warsaw, Poland. The church was built in 1818 and has witnessed a number of historic events, including the 1912 funeral servicefor Bolesław Prus, who died a couple of blocks away in his apartment on "ulica Wilcza" (Wolf Street).
When the church was rebuilt after its destruction in
World War II, its dimensions were slightly reduced, while retaining the original design.
* St. Anne's Church
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