Originally built in the 1600s for Queen Marysieńka, it was converted into a hunting residence by King August II the Strong only to be then turned into a chapel in 1816 and again into a church in the 20th century.
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Church of Virgin Mary, the Queen of Poland and Nearby Attractions on Map
A contender for the most sinister place in Warsaw, the Umschlagplatz was the location Nazi officials herded Jews into cattle cars to be murdered at the Treblinka extermination camp.
Monument to the Heroes of the Ghetto(3.1 km)
Site of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising.
St Stanislaus Kostka Church(1.1 km)
Renowned because of the sermons of Jerzy Popiełuszko, the priest who was later assassinated by the communist regime.
Powązki Communal Cemetery(1.9 km)
The oldest preserved necropolis in Warsaw, it is the burial site of Polish celebrities such as Kieslowski, Wladyslaw Reymont (Nobel Prize Winner in Literature), and the opera singer Jan Kiepura.
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