St. Mary's Church, or formally the Basilica of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, is a Roman Catholic church in Gdańsk, Poland.
Although this church was damaged in WWII, it has still retained its former Gothic beauty and boasts a tall altar inside.
Dedicated to the Dominicans, this church with an attached convent has a long history. It was plundered and restored again several times.
This huge Franciscan church has splendorous ornate interior. The adjacent monastery building houses a section of the National Museum.
Although this church with a tall belltower was damaged many times, it has still preserved its former beauty.
This votive church was built as a thanksgiving for Prussian victory over Napoleon III. Admire its Neo-Gothic facade!
This church with red facade is a nice example of Neo-Gothic architecture. Choir concerts take place here.
Consecrated in 1911, this Neo-Gothic church was visited by the Pope John Paul II. and also by other prominent cardinals.