Walking away from the Old Town of Warsaw to the New Town by Freta street we got the crossroads with two churches (kostels) – the church of St. Jacek and the church of the Holy Ghost.
The church of St. Jacek (Kościół św. Jacka) was built in XVI century by Dominicans. Then it was destroyed in XVII by Swedish army and rebuilt later adding a bell-tower.
It served as a hospital for German soldiers during WW2 and was strongly damaged till the end of the war. Now it was rebuilt and repaired.
The church of the Holy Chost (Kościół św. Ducha i Klasztor Paulinów) was built in 1707-1711 instead of the one burned in 1655. It has been rebuilt after WW2.