St. Roch Roman Catholic Church in Białystok, Poland was built between 1927–1946 in a modernistic style, designed by renowned Polish architect, professor Oskar Sosnowski. Its official name is Church - Monument of Poland's Regained Independence and it stands on the Saint Roch hill on Lipowa Street in Bialystok, in the spot where a Roman Catholic cemetery, founded in 1839, once stood. The cemetery was profaned by the Russians during the January Uprising.
The church was built on initiative of local provost, reverend Adam Abramowicz, who in April 1926 announced competition for the design of a new complex. Seventy entries were sent, with the design of professor Sosnowski winning. The church is planned as an octahedron, with three masses set on one another.
Official Website http://www.bialystok.opoka.org.pl/czas/nr136/art/sw_roch.htm
Address świętego Rocha 4A, 15-001 Białystok, Poland
Coordinates 53°8'4.294" N 23°8'41.289" E