March 21, 2009

St. Casimir's church inside

Finally we managed to enter to the St. Casimir's church. Tomorrow we will show you next two photos from the inside of this beautiful church. Have a nice weekend!

16 comments:

Vogon Poet said...

Great shots, the second one is more "alive". I was surprised by the ornate interior of this church, the outside was quite misleading in this sense.

Tash said...

I am coming over one of these days to see this amazing beauty in person. So lovely.

nobu said...

Beautiful photos!
I love those fine paintings.

magiceye said...

gorgeous!

JM said...

Gorgeous paintings! Amazing ceilings!

Greg Dimitriadis said...

Wow, that's an amazing interior! It looks freshly restored too.

cieldequimper said...

Oh so beautiful!

PAK said...

Przynajmniej jedno miejsce, gdzie jest wiosna :)
(No dobrze, nie narzekam, dzisiaj u mnie też się robi.)

Juergen Kuehn said...

You captured the unique interior of this sacred site. Great and thanks!

Bath Daily Photo Blog said...

Amazing ceiling.. Wonderful shots

Jacob said...

Very impressive. Appears to be much more ornate than the newer Catholic churches in the States.

Your photos are excellent!

Jackie said...

That is a very beautiful interior. I was surprised too, most of the Catholic churches I have seen (in Romania and Germany as well as here in the UK) have been much plainer than this.

I'm featuring some Orthodox frescoes tomorrow and the next few days on the Sibiu blog, it will be interesting to see how they compare!

joo said...

Świetne! Faktycznie piękne miejsce:)

Greg said...

Wow such wonderful artwork. I can only imagine how long it took for them to paint the pictures.

Jacob said...

Most impressive. Whenever I see these kinds of ceiling paintings, I wonder, "How did they do that?"

It's really quite incredible!

susieofarabia said...

If I attended services here, I would not pay any attention to what was being said - I would be too busy enjoying the awesome beauty of this place!