Katedra Polowa Wojska Polskiego
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Katedra Polowa Wojska Polskiego

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Kościół M.B. Królowej Polski (Katedra Polowa Wojska Polskiego). Barokowy kościół zbudowany w 1642 r. z fundacji króla Władysława IV dla zakonu Pijarów. Po spaleniu przez Szwedów został odbudowany przez J. Fontanę w stylu barokowym. Od 1920 r. pełnił funkcję kościoła garnizonowego, a od 1991 r. jest Katedrą Polową Wojska Polskiego. We wnętrzu znajdują się dziesiątki tablic pamiątkowych poświęconych żołnierzom polskim poległym na wszystkich fronatach II wojny światowej.

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