Church of St John the Baptist and St Roch (Warsaw, Poland) Reviews
Description:Historic church in Warsaw.
Newest Review: ... been a shepherd or on the other hand he could have been a monk but seeing that there is a dog in the picture and he is holding a crook - I'll go with my first guess. The church itself is another Polish colossal affair built in red brick with two very large towers. It definitely has a 16th century look to it and dominates the village. Surrounding the church is a walled fence again made from ... more
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by - written on 23/09/11, updated on 24/09/11 (Very useful, 67 readings)
Having seen most of Warsaw's churches within the city centre I was interested to see how many churches outside the city in places like Kampinos were made from wood and even further out in the countryside how many were made from red brick. I don't know why but I never associate red bricks with Warsaw and Poland. Brochow is about 50 kilometres from Warsaw and is situated in the county of Sochaczew in Masovia. I came across this very small village by accident when travelling from Sochaczew where I had been to see the house belonging to Frederic Chopin's parents. In fact his parents were married in the church at Brochow and the young Frederic was baptised at the very same ... Read the complete review
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