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wikipedia: The National Temple of Divine Providence in Warsaw is considered to be the most important ecclesiastical building of the last three centuries in Poland.[citation needed] The story of the construction of the Temple of Divine Providence began over 200 years ago. Poles have not managed to build a monument-votive church of Divine Providence for two centuries. The Temple is an important religious–national symbol of Poland. The complex of Divine Providence is composed of a Church of Divine Providence, Museum Pope John Paul II and Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski and Pantheon of the Great Poles.

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